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Table 2 Percentage number of women aged 38 and 50 years in the studies from 1968/69 to 2004/05 according to marital status, social class and education

From: Trends in tooth loss in relation to socio-economic status among Swedish women, aged 38 and 50 years: repeated cross-sectional surveys 1968-2004

   1968/69 1980/81 1992/93 2004/05
Age 38 Living together 82.6 64.8a 62.1a 44.3
Single living 17.4 35.2a 37.9a 55.7
High social group 10.5bc 15.3b 10.6c 24.6
Medium social group 51.7bc 39.8b 59.1c 48.3
Low social group 37.8bc 44.9b 30.3c 27.1
High education 1.4 10.7 30.5 56.2
Medium education 11.6 18.0 25.4 40.9
Low education 87.0 71.3 44.1 3.0
Age 50 Living together 77.9b 73.5ab 65.3a 53.1
Single living 22.1b 26.5ab 34.7a 46.9
High social group 12.7b 10.9ab 7.3a 19.2
Medium social group 43.2b 49.4ab 59.4a 50.7
Low social group 44.0b 39.7ab 33.3a 30.1
High education 1.3b 1.4b 9.8 50.7
Medium education 13.1b 14.2b 28.3 37.6
Low education 85.6b 84.4b 62.0 11.7
  1. Significance (p < 0.05) in sub-analyses between the study years in all groups except for:
  2. a = no significant difference between the study 1980/81 and 1992/93 in sub-analyses.
  3. b = no significant difference between the study 1968/69 and 1980/81 in sub-analyses.
  4. c = no significant difference between the study 1968/69 and 1992/93 in sub-analyses.