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Table 1 Socio-demographic characteristics of residents and professionals

From: Conceptualizing sexual and gender-based violence in European asylum reception centers

  Residents Professionals Total
N 398 % N202 % N 600 %
Host country
 Belgium 61 15.3 32 15.8 93 15.5
 Greece 36 9.0 30 14.9 66 11.0
 Hungary 68 17.1 21 10.4 89 14.8
 Ireland 63 15.8 32 15.8 95 15.8
 Malta 61 15.3 30 14.9 91 15.2
 Netherlands 33 8.3 5 2.5 38 6.3
 Portugal 53 13.3 37 18.3 90 15.0
 Spain 23 5.8 15 7.4 38 6.3
Marital Status
 Single 266 66.8 65 32.7 331 55.4
 Engaged 6 1.5 4 2.0 10 1.7
 Married/Legally cohabiting 99 24.9 113 56.8 212 35.5
 Prior relation. Not anymore 27 6.8 17 8.5 44 7.4
 Missing 0 3 3
Religion
 Yes 374 94.2 130 65.0 504 84.4
 No 23 5.8 70 35.0 93 15.6
 Missing 1 2 3
Year of arrival in Europe
  < 2000 8 2.0 15 50.0 23 5.4
 2000–2004 36 9.1 9 30.0 45 10.5
 2005–2008 193 48.6 6 20.0 199 46.6
 2009–2010 160 40.3 0 0.0 160 37.5
 Missing 1 172 173
Year of arrival to host country
  < 2000 3 0.8 15 46.9 18 4.2
 2000–2004 29 7.3 9 28.1 38 8.9
 2005–2008 186 47.0 8 25.0 194 45.3
 2009–2010 178 44.9 0 0.0 178 41.6
 Missing 2 170 172
Legal Status
 Asylum Seeker 246 62.3 0 0.0 246 47.3
 National Citizen 0 0.0 109 87.2 109 21
 Temporary Residence Status 83 21.0 5 4.0 88 16.9
 Recognized Refugee 38 9.6 8 6.4 46 8.8
 Refused Asylum Seeker 16 4.1 0 0.0 16 3.1
 Undocumented 9 2.3 0 0.0 9 1.7
 Immigrant worker 0 0.0 3 2.4 3 0.6
 Other 3 0.8 0 0.0 3 0.6
 Missing 3 77 80