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Table 2 OLS and binary logistic regression models for self-rated health

From: Exploring the link between energy security and subjective well-being: a study of 22 nations

  OLS regression Binary logistic regression
b (se) OR (se)
Energy concerns − 0.07** (0.01) 0.74** (0.02)
Male 0.01 (0.01) 0.99 (0.03)
Income decile 0.02** (0.00) 1.07** (0.01)
Education (ref. < lower secondary)
 Lower secondary 0.05* (0.02) 0.93 (0.09)
 Lower tier upper secondary 0.06** (0.02) 1.02 (0.10)
 Upper tier upper secondary 0.10** (0.02) 1.07 (0.10)
 Advanced vocational degree 0.10** (0.02) 1.10 (0.11)
 Bachelor’s degree 0.15** (0.02) 1.25* (0.12)
 ≥ Master’s degree 0.14** (0.02) 1.29** (0.13)
Age − 0.01** (0.00) 0.97** (0.00)
Currently sick (ref. no)
 Yes, to some extent − 0.73** (0.01) 0.10** (0.01)
 Yes, a lot − 1.31** (0.03) 0.15** (0.03)
Currently disabled − 0.38** (0.03) 0.45** (0.12)
Experienced long-term unemployment − 0.06** (0.01) 0.80** (0.05)
Generalized trust 0.03** (0.00) 1.09** (0.01)
Institutional trust 0.03** (0.01) 1.12** (0.02)
Constant 4.46** (0.04) 2.46** (0.40)
Observations 30,903 30,903
R-squared 0.444
Pseudo R-squared 0.215
  1. Robust standard errors in parentheses
  2. *p < 0.05
  3. **p < 0.01