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Table 3 Socio-economic and demographic characteristics of respondents

From: Comparison of perceived quality amongst migrant and local patients using primary health care delivered by community health centres in Shenzhen, China

Characteristics Locals Migrants P-value
(n = 140) (n = 647)
Age    <0.001
  18-40 60 (42.9) 496 (76.7)  
  41-59 51 (36.4) 109 (16.8)  
  60+ 29 (20.7) 42 (6.5)  
Gender    0.200
  Female 86 (61.4) 436 (67.4)  
  Male 54 (38.6) 211 (32.6)  
Marriage    0.258
  Single 25 (18.2) 148 (22.9)  
  Married 112 (81.8) 499 (77.1)  
Education    <0.001
  Middle school and below 32 (23.0) 310 (47.9)  
  High school and equivalent 46 (33.1) 212 (32.8)  
  College and above 61 (43.9) 125 (19.3)  
Employment    0.003
  Have a job 79 (63.2) 407 (76.8)  
  Do not have a job 46 (36.8) 123 (23.2)  
Income group    <0.001
  Low 11 (8.2) 111 (17.6)  
  Middle 61 (45.5) 403 (63.9)  
  High 62 (46.3) 117 (18.5)  
Presence of chronic diseases/conditions    <0.001
  Yes 47 (34.3) 100 (15.7)  
  No 90 (65.7) 536 (84.3)  
Health status    0.162
  Good and above 65 (46.4) 343 (53.3)  
  General and below 75 (53.6) 301 (46.7)  
Insurance group    <0.001
  Has local insurance 126 (94.7) 463 (72.2)  
  No local insurance 7 (5.3) 178 (27.8)  
Length of time with the CHC    <0.001
  ≤2 years 60 (43.8) 404 (63.2)  
  >2 years 77 (56.2) 235 (36.8)