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Table 1 Socio-demographic characteristics of the sample

From: Is gentrification all bad? Positive association between gentrification and individual’s perceived neighborhood collective efficacy in Montreal, Canada

  Unweighted total (n = 2433) Weighted totala (n = 2432.37)
Gender (%)
 Female 61.78 51.71
 Male 38.22 48.29
Age (mean, SD) 41.39, 13.34 40.73, 14.09
Age (%)
 15–24 12.00 16.12
 25–34 21.58 20.66
 35–44 23.59 20.84
 45–54 22.44 20.92
 55+ 20.39 21.46
Marital status (%)
 Single 36.48 37.95
 Married 29.81 29.37
 Separated 3.05 2.82
 Common-law 15.81 15.86
 Divorced 13.13 12.39
 Widowed 1.73 1.61
Education (%)
 Less high school 15.30 15.99
 High school 11.51 12.13
 Post-high school 73.19 71.88
Immigrant (%)
 No 75.02 75.14
 Yes 24.98 24.86
Primary language (%)
 English 21.90 20.59
 French 54.25 55.36
 English + French 6.59 6.56
 Neither English nor French 17.25 17.50
Caucasian (%)
 No 18.69 18.46
 Yes 81.31 81.54
Dwelling owned by a household member (%)
 No 61.47 61.15
 Yes 38.53 38.85
Held a job in the past 12 months (%)
 No 22.60 21.41
 Yes 77.40 78.59
Household size (mean, SD) 2.50, 1.39 2.49, 1.36
Household income (mean, SD) $57,68, $49,72 $59,06, $49,85
Personal income (mean, SD) $32,53, $31,20 $33,19, $33,15
  1. aThe data was weighted for sex and age