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Table 1 Descriptive statistics of socio-demographic and psychological variables

From: An investigation of the association between religious coping, fatigue, anxiety and depressive symptoms during the COVID-19 pandemic in Morocco: a web-based cross-sectional survey

Variable N = 1435
n (%) Mean (SD)
Age (Years)   32.2 (10.5)
Age stages (Years)
  ≤ 45 1234 (86.0)  
  > 45 201 (14.0)  
Gender
 Female 624 (43.0)  
 Male 811 (57.0)  
Marital status
 Married 608 (42.0)  
 Not married 827 (58.0)  
Status as a parent
 Having children 469 (33.0)  
 No children 966 (67.0)  
Education
 Higher education 1332 (93.0)  
 Primary or secondary education 103 (7.0)  
Living arrangements
 Alone 122 (8.5)  
 Not alone 1313 (91.5)  
Employment status
 Employed in the private sector 108 (7.1)  
 Employed in the public sector 769 (54.0)  
 Retired 30 (2.1)  
 Self-employed 75 (5.2)  
 Student 373 (26.0)  
 Unemployed 80 (5.6)  
Household income decline
 Yes 403 (28.0)  
 No 1032 (72.0)  
Life satisfaction during the COVID-19 pandemic
 Satisfied 1124 (78.0)  
 Not satisfied 311 (22.0)  
Looked up regular news
 Regularly 1301 (91.0)  
 Seldom 134 (9.0)  
Compliance with protective measures
 High 979 (68.0)  
 Low 456 (32.0)  
Compliance with quarantine measures
 High 1213 (85.0)  
 Low 222 (15.0)  
Chronic illness
 Yes 123 (9.0)  
 No 1312 (91.0)  
Fear of COVID-19
 High 454 (32.0)  
 Low 981 (68.0)  
Fear of dying from COVID-19
 High 100 (7.0)  
 Low 1335 (93.0)  
Know someone died from COVID-19
 Yes 34 (2.0)  
 No 1401 (98.0)  
Depression
 Positive 766 (53.0) 10.2 (2.8)
 Negative 669 (47.0) 3.6 (1.8)
Anxiety
 Positive 621 (43.0) 10.6 (3.4)
 Negative 814 (57.0) 3.1 (1.9)
Physical fatigue
 Severe fatigue 453 (32.0) 5.2 (1.1)
 No fatigue 982 (68.0) 1.0 (1.1)
Mental fatigue
 Severe fatigue 372 (26.0) 2.3 (0.5)
 No fatigue 1063 (74.0) 0.2 (0.3)
Positive religious coping   17.8 (4.5)
Negative religious coping   9.3 (3.2)
  1. SD Standard deviation