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Table 3 Association between background characteristics and reporting polyvictimization

From: Lifetime prevalence of polyvictimization among older adults in Sweden, associations with ill-heath, and the mediating effect of sense of coherence

   One form of victimization
(n = 44, 8.2%)
Low polyvictimization
(n = 66, 12.2%)
High polyvictimization
(n = 34, 6.3%)
Exp (B) 95% CI Exp (B) 95% CI Exp (B) 95% CI
Age 60–85 0.97 0.92 1.03 0.97 0.93 1.01 0.96 0.90 1.02
Sex Female 1    1    1   
Male 2.25 1.10 4.61 0.93 0.55 1.59 1.09 0.52 2.27
Civil state Single 3.39 1.60 7.20 1.60 0.82 3.14 1.38 0.57 3.32
Partner 1    1    1   
Subjective
social status
1–10 1.06 0.89 1.26 0.97 0.84 1.12 0.90 0.75 1.09
Social support No 2.15 0.94 4.93 1.60 0.74 3.45 4.77 2.08 10.94
Yes 1    1    1   
  1. Note: Multinomial regression was used, and reference category is “no victimization” (n = 395). Included in analysis 539, missing 68, total 607. Model fit Cox & Snell R square 0.08, Nagelkerke 0.10. “Partner” = Married, co-habiting, steady relationship