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Table 5 The results of the representativeness analysis for the MentDis65+ sample and the country population for each study centre

From: Study approach and field work procedures of the MentDis_ICF65+ project on the prevalence of mental disorders in the older adult European population

   Hamburg (Germany) Ferrara (Italy) London (England) Madrid (Spain) Geneva (Switzerland) Jerusalem (Israel)
  Ment-Dis sample
n > 499
Country
n > 12,221,270
Ment-Dis sample
n > 508
Country
n > 2,300,636
Ment-Dis sample
n > 448
Country
n > 637,979
Ment-Dis sample
n > 513
Country
n > 3,536,445
Ment-Dis
sample
n > 453
Country
n > 1,258,927
Ment-Dis sample Country
Work status: retired (%) 94.5% 91.9% 90.1% 88.4% 88.4% 86.0% 72.1% 57.9% 89.4% 93% No data
Marital status: married 61.7% 41.0% 66.5% 63.1% 60.8% 63.5% 60.5% 59.7% 58.5% 57.6% No data
Number of children No data No data No data No data No data No data
Education: years of schooling     5 33.3% 70.6% No data 7 40.5% 69.% 7 3.5% 15.2% No data
    8 21.3% 16.7% 9 14.8% 0% 9 9.2% 19.0%
10 67.3% 85.7% 10 5.6% 2.8%
13 32.7% 14.3% 13 39.7% 9.9% 13 44.6% 30.4% 13 87.3% 65.8%
Number of household members alone 32.7% 28.4% 23.8% 35.1% 32.8% 71.5% 24.4% 22.2% 25.6% 44.7% No data
2 people 65.3% 61.6% 60.6% 46.6% 67.2% 28.5% 54.2% 47.3% 68.4% 39.3%
3 people 2.0% 10.0% 15.6% 18.3% 18.1% 20.9% 6.0% 16.0%
4 people 3.2% 9.5%
Born in the country where the interview took place 92.7% 84.1% 99.4% 99.3% 95.4% 90.5% 95.5% 97.7% 68.5% 76.6% No data