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Table 2 Univariable analyses of overall wellbeing by social capital indicators

From: Population levels of wellbeing and the association with social capital

  Total Good wellbeing Scoring neither well or badly Poor wellbeing P value
  N n % (95% CI) n % (95% CI) n % (95% CI)  
Feel that your neighbourhood is a safe place
 Yes 5087 2849 56.0 (54.0–58.0) 1597 31.4 (29.5–33.3) 642 12.6 (11.2–14.2) <0.001
 No, don’t know, not sure 377 119 31.5 (25.0–38.8) 167 44.3 (36.5–52.4) 91 24.2 (18.2–31.4)  
Neighbourhood people generally trust one another
 Yes 4333 2499 57.7 (55.5–59.8) 1332 30.7 (28.8–32.8) 502 11.6 (10.2–13.2) <0.001
 No, don’t know, not sure 1131 469 41.5 (37.2–45.8) 431 38.1 (33.9–42.6) 231 20.4 (16.5–25.0)  
Feel safe in your home
 All of the time 4185 2465 58.9 (56.6–61.1) 1234 29.5 (27.5–31.5) 487 11.6 (10.1–13.4) <0.001
 Most, some or none of the time 1278 503 39.3 (35.5–43.4) 530 41.5 (37.4–45.6) 246 19.2 (16.1–22.8)  
Control over decisions affect life
 Agree 5172 2902 56.1 (54.1–58.1) 1650 31.9 (30.0–33.8) 620 12.0 (10.6–13.5) <0.001
 Neutral 98 30 31.2 (19.8–45.4) 40 40.7 (28.2–54.6) 27 28.1 (17.6–41.7)  
 Disagree 194 35 17.8 (11.5–26.6) 74 38.1 (28.8–48.4) 86 44.1 (33.7–55.0)  
 OVERALL 5464 2968 54.3 (52.3–56.3) 1764 32.3 (30.5–34.2) 733 13.4 (12.0–15.0)