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Table 5 Sensitivity analysis modified poisson regression model of incidence of multidimensional poverty between 2009 and 2012, Australian population aged 65 years and over

From: Psychological distress increases the risk of falling into poverty amongst older Australians: the overlooked costs-of-illness

  Males Females
Estimate (95% CI) p-value Estimate (95% CI) p-value
Intercept −3.06 (−5.87, −0.24) 0.0332 0.44 (−2.26, 3.14) 0.7491
High psychological distress 0.84 (0.16, 1.53) 0.0160 0.85 (0.33, 1.37) 0.0013
Age – continuous 0.02 (−0.02, 0.06) 0.3345 −0.03 (− 0.07, 0.003) 0.0760
Not in the labour force 0.10 (−0.59, 0.80) 0.7726 0.38 (−0.25, 1.02) 0.2383
Major city −0.34 (− 0.88, 0.21) 0.2240 − 0.29 (− 0.70, 0.11) 0.1578
Married − 0.46 (−1.04, 1.22) 0.1211 0.12 (− 0.61, 0.36) 0.6185
Own home 0.12 (−0.73, 0.99) 0.7894 0.12 (−0.50, 0.74) 0.6959
Adjusted relative risk
 High psychological distress VS Low psychological distress 2.32 (1.17–4.60) 0.0160 2.34 (1.39–3.93) 0.0013