Table 4
Model 2: Cox survival model predicting hazard of death, by individual characteristics, Registered First Nations members of 1991-to-2006 Census Mortality and Cancer Cohort

Table 4
Model 2: Cox survival model predicting hazard of death, by individual characteristics, Registered First Nations members of 1991-to-2006 Census Mortality and Cancer Cohort
Table summary
This table displays the results of Model 2: Cox survival model predicting hazard of death. The information is grouped by Individual characteristics (appearing as row headers), Men, Women, Hazard ratio, 95% confidence interval and Pr > ChiSq, calculated using from and to units of measure (appearing as column headers).
Individual characteristics Men Women
Hazard ratio Hazard ratio
  95% confidence interval Pr > ChiSq   95% confidence interval Pr > ChiSq
from to from to
Single versus married 1.476Note  1.359 1.603 <.0001 1.305Note  1.176 1.449 <.0001
Divorced/Widowed versus married 1.350Note  1.242 1.467 <.0001 1.214Note  1.122 1.313 <.0001
Less than secondary graduation versus higher attainment 1.117Note  1.034 1.208 0.0051 1.344Note  1.232 1.466 <.0001
Unemployed versus employed 1.182Note  1.068 1.308 0.0012 1.337Note  1.152 1.551 0.0001
Not in labour force versus employed 1.653Note  1.517 1.801 <.0001 1.723Note  1.568 1.892 <.0001
Income quintile 1 (lowest) versus quintiles 3/4/5 1.240Note  1.145 1.342 <.0001 1.263Note  1.159 1.378 <.0001
Income quintile 2 versus quintiles 3/4/5 1.083 0.995 1.179 0.0641 1.171Note  1.069 1.283 0.0007
Dwelling needs major repair 1.036 0.972 1.105 0.2756 1.098Note  1.028 1.173 0.0054
Short move since 1991 0.767Note  0.71 0.827 <.0001 0.812Note  0.751 0.877 <.0001
Long move since 1991 1.049 0.964 1.142 0.2679 1.075 0.983 1.175 0.1149
Weak Metropolitan Influence Zone (MIZ) 0.949 0.882 1.021 0.1617 0.996 0.925 1.073 0.9185
No MIZ 0.906Note  0.837 0.982 0.0161 0.932 0.856 1.014 0.103
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