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Table 7 Comparison between neighbourhood characteristics of inhabitant of cluster of high risk and inhabitant of cluster of high risk

From: Developing a data-driven spatial approach to assessment of neighbourhood influences on the spatial distribution of myocardial infarction

Main characteristics Most likely cluster p value*
Cluster of high riska Cluster of low riskb
No civic associations 1.2% 99% <0.0001
No school graded ZEPc 22.11 96% <0.0001
Proportion of population covered by CAF higher that 60% 67% 13.62 <0.0001
Multiple–dwelling unit buildings 58.79 2.90 <0.0001
Single–family homes 24.6 90.43 <0.0001
Distance to healthcare facilities (<500) 76.8 4.93 <0.0001
No public transportation 10 60 <0.0001
Availability of green space 26 14 <0.05
  1. aNeighbourhood characteristics of profile “E” and “C” which composed cluster of high risk
  2. bNeighbourhood characteristic of profile “A” which composed cluster of low risk
  3. c ZEP Priority education zones: where establishments receive additional resources, and have greater autonomy for dealing with educational and social difficulties
  4. * Khi test