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Table 1 Sociodemographic characteristics of participants

From: From social adversity to sympathy for violent radicalization: the role of depression, religiosity and social support

Characteristics n (%)
Included (n = 1190) All (n = 1894)
Age
 16–18 years 435 (37%) 696 (37%)
 19–21 years 430 (36%) 685 (36%)
 22–24 years 120 (10%) 196 (11%)
  ≥ 25 years 203 (17%) 309 (16%)
 Missing 2 8
Sex
 Men 351 (30%) 606 (32%)
 Women 839 (70%) 1288 (68%)
Language
 French 832 (70%) 1288 (69%)
 English 63 (5%) 97 (5%)
 Both 295 (25%) 472 (26%)
 Missing 0 37
Immigration status
 ≥ 3rd generation 771 (66%) 1189 (64%)
 2nd generation 191 (17%) 304 (16%)
 1st generation 202 (18%) 366 (20%)
 Missing 26 35
Religion
 None 646 (57%) 1008 (56%)
 Christianism 388 (34%) 618 (34%)
 Islam 63 (6%) 126 (7%)
 Other 31 (3%) 47 (2%)
 Missing 62 95
Experience of violence
 ≥ 1 experience of violence 522 (44%) 738 (46%)
 Missing 8 300
Discrimination
 ≥ 1 experience of discrimination 427 (38%) 568 (37%)
 School setting 282 (24%) 375 (24%)
 Missing 30 350
Depression (cutoff)
 ≤ 1.75 643 (61%) 694 (62%)
 > 1.75 406 (39%) 434 (38%)
 Missing 141 766
Anxiety (cutoff)
 ≤ 1.75 780 (71%) 853 (72%)
 > 1.75 319 (29%) 339 (28%)
 Missing 91 702
Social Support (median)
 ≤ 22 658 (55%) 707 (55%)
 > 22 530 (45%) 568 (45%)
 Missing 2 619
Colleges
 College 1 139 (12%) 213 (12%)
 College 2 378 (32%) 598 (32%)
 College 3 23 (2%) 41 (2%)
 College 4 238 (20%) 357 (19%)
 College 5 46 (4%) 66 (4%)
 College 6 172 (14%) 268 (15%)
 College 7 115 (10%) 187 (10%)
 College 8 67 (6%) 104 (6%)
 Missing 12 60