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Table 1 Socio-demographic characteristics across different anxiety diagnoses

From: Association between exposure to traumatic events and anxiety disorders in a post-conflict setting: a cross-sectional community study in South Sudan

  Total n (%) GAD-only n (%) PD-only n (%) PTSD-only n (%) Any anxiety disorder n (%)
  1200 (100) 85 (7.1) 55 (4.6) 301 (25.5) 307 (26.0)
Sex      
   Male 660 (56.4) 46 (7.0) 31 (4.7) 142 (21.9) 167 (25.7)
   Female 510 (43.6) 36 (7.1) 19 (3.8) 154 (30.7)* 123 (24.4)
Urban/rural setting      
   Urban 934 (77.8) 53 (12.1) 47 (5.1) 251 (27.3) 217 (23.6)
   Rural 299 (22.2) 32 (5.7)* 8 (3.1) 50 (19.2)* 90 (34.4)*
Age (years)      
   18–25 308 (26.0) 17 (5.6) 16 (5.2) 70 (23.2) 83 (27.3)
   26–35 391 (33.1) 26 (6.6) 19 (4.9) 100 (26.2) 97 (25.4)
   36–50 395 (33.4) 35 (8.9) 19 (4.9) 100 (25.4) 107 (27.2)
   > 50 89 (7.5) 6 (6.7) 1 (1.1) 23 (26.1) 17 (19.3)
Socio-economic position      
   Mildly disadvantaged 353 (37.2) 11 (3.1) 15 (4.3) 81 (23.7) 72 (21.0)
   Moderately disadvantaged 503 (52.9) 49 (9.8) 24 (4.8) 122 (24.4) 145 (29.1)
   Severely disadvantaged 94 (9.9) 6 (6.4) 2 (2.1) 45 (48.4.4)* 21 (22.6)*
  Mean (95% CI)  
Traumatic events during the war** 15.06 (14.50–15.56) 13.63 (11.73–15.52) 16.45 (14.23–18.68) 20.83 (19.89–21.78) 15.79 (13.34–16.24)
Traumatic events after the Peace Agreement*** 2.52 (2.19–5.86) 2.22 (0.96–3.48) 3.18 (1.12–5.25) 4.26 (3.31–5.21) 2.80 (2.06–3.55)
  1. *χ 2 significant difference. p < 0.05.
  2. **F(4,1164) = 50.72, p < 0.05.
  3. ***F(4,1164) =11.07, p < 0.05.