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Table 1
Sample sizes for 1991-2001 Canadian census mortality follow-up study and corresponding weighted population estimates for 2000/2001 Canadian Community Health Survey

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Variable Census mortality follow-up study counts Canadian Community Health Survey estimates
Number Percentage Millions Percentage
Total 2,735,200 100.0 25.81 100.0
Sex
Men 1,358,400 49.7 12.71 49.2
Women 1,376,800 50.3 13.10 50.8
Age group
25 to 34 772,400 28.2 4.17 20.4
35 to 44 718,500 26.3 5.32 26.0
45 to 54 469,600 17.2 4.45 21.8
55 to 64 352,200 12.9 2.84 13.9
65 to74 272,000 9.9 2.16 10.6
75 or older 150,400 5.5 1.50 7.3
Income decile
Decile 1 (lowest) 226,600 8.3 2.02 7.8
Decile 2 238,700 8.7 2.02 7.8
Decile 3 256,500 9.4 2.02 7.8
Decile 4 269,600 9.9 1.93 7.5
Decile 5 276,500 10.1 1.94 7.5
Decile 6 279,000 10.2 2.20 8.5
Decile 7 283,300 10.4 1.79 6.9
Decile 8 286,400 10.5 2.24 8.7
Decile 9 289,300 10.6 2.03 7.9
Decile 10 (highest) 289,000 10.6 2.05 7.9
Missing 39,600 1.4 5.56 21.5
Notes: Census data were rounded to nearest 100. Percentages were calculated before rounding. Canadian Community Health Survey estimates were weighted to reflect target population size. All income data for the census mortality follow-up were available, but economic family size information was lacking for residents of non-institutional collective dwellings, so adjusted income could not be calculated for 39,600 individuals.
Sources: 1991-2001 Canadian census mortality follow-up study; 2000/2001 Canadian Community Health Survey (cycle 1.1).