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Table 1 Linear regression models of self-rated health, Israel 2002–2018

From: Are Israelis becoming healthier? Trends in self-rated health, 2002–2018

  Percent Model 1 Model 2
  b S.E. b S.E.
Gender
 Female 52.1 −0.077 0.005 −0.305 0.049
 Male 47.9 0.000 0.000
Age group
 30–34 14.2 0.000 0.000
 35–39 12.8 −0.101 0.010 −0.105 0.010
 40–44 12.0 −0.213 0.010 −0.222 0.010
 45–49 10.9 −0.364 0.010 −0.369 0.010
 50–54 10.3 −0.522 0.010 −0.525 0.010
 55–59 9.6 −0.670 0.011 −0.678 0.011
 60–64 8.1 −0.778 0.011 −0.801 0.011
 65–74 11.9 −1.015 0.010 −1.036 0.010
 75+ 10.2 −1.374 0.011 −1.393 0.011
Marital status
 Single 8.0 −0.086 0.010 −0.102 0.009
 Married 74.6 0.000 0.000
 Divorced or separated 9.5 −0.155 0.009 −0.164 0.009
 Widowed 7.9 −0.214 0.011 −0.201 0.011
Religion and religiosity
 Non-religious Jew 70.2 0.000 0.000
 Religious Jew 8.2 0.013 0.009 0.007 0.009
 Ultra-Orthodox Jew 5.4 0.199 0.011 0.174 0.011
 Muslim 11.2 −0.240 0.008 −0.263 0.008
 Christian 3.5 −0.232 0.014 −0.238 0.014
 Druze 1.5 −0.246 0.021 −0.262 0.021
Education
 No academic degree 69.0 0.000 0.000
 Academic Degree 31.0 0.249 0.006 0.442 0.054
Unemployed 3.8 −0.122 0.013 −0.104 0.013
Expenditure on health per capita 0.087 0.004
Interaction with gender 0.024 0.005
Interaction with academic degree −0.022 0.006
Constant 3.635 0.008 2.830 0.039
R2   0.290 0.299
Number of cases 95,749     
  1. Source: Social Survey