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Table 2 Sociodemographic characteristics of the samples used in the metric analyses

From: Measuring functioning and disability using household surveys: metric properties of the brief version of the WHO and World Bank model disability survey

Sociodemographic Characteristics Sri Lanka
(N = 3000)
Chile
(N = 12,265)
N % N %
Gender
 Male 2602 86,73 5307 43,27
 Female 398 13,27 6958 56,73
Marital Status
 Never married 395 13,17 3784 30,85
 Married 2248 74,93 4324 35,25
 Cohabiting 36 1,20 1787 14,57
 Separated/divorced 61 2,03 1186 9,67
 Widowed 260 8,67 1184 9,65
Education Level
 No schooling or no grade completed 116 3,87 1321 10,77
 Elementary education 354 11,80 2336 19,05
 Vocational education 86 2,87 1201 9,79
 Secondary school 2411 80,37 5172 42,17
 University 16 0,53 2013 16,41
 Post-graduate studies 7 0,23 217 1,77
 Other 10 0,33 5 0,04
Work Situation
 Working 2699 89,97 7090 57,81