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Table 1 Final dataset 2011–2019

From: Influence of socio-economic, demographic and climate factors on the regional distribution of dengue in the United States and Mexico

Statistic N Min Max Mean St. Dev.
Primary income of private households (USD per head) 306 2541.8 1,159,750.0 68,486.2 229,793.6
Regional Gross Domestic Product per capita 306 2883.4 1,044,310.0 64,153.2 206,614.7
Share of labour force with at least secondary education 306 26.9 89.5 42.1 13.0
Share of households with broadband access 306 7.3 85.2 41.5 18.9
Self-evaluation of life satisfaction 306 6 9 7.2 0.6
Perceived social network support 306 59 96 79.4 9.6
Perception of corruption 306 36.5 90.1 63.3 11.1
Active physicians rate (physicians for 1000 population) 306 0.7 4.8 1.6 0.6
Life expectancy at birth 306 70.5 79.4 75.1 1.4
Number of rooms per person 306 0.7 2.5 1.1 0.3
Inter-regional migration rate, (% migrants over population) 306 0.5 7.0 2.0 1.3
Population density growth 306 97.8 179.6 122.4 12.9
Percentage of Old Population Group (65+) 306 3.1 20.5 7.2 2.5
Percentage of Youth Population Group (0–14) 306 16.3 34.4 27.5 2.9
DGE Mexico confirmed serious dengue cases 306 0 5,041 259.3 606.0
DGE Mexico confirmed non-serious dengue cases 306 0 9,195 627.2 1,161.6
CDC US confirmed dengue cases 306 0 53 0.3 3.5
Population in aedes infected regions 306 335,728.3 28,145,145.0 4,710,557.0 5,484,386.0
Mean (C) temperature of warmest quarter 306 16.2 32.3 25.6 3.7
Mean (C) temperature of coldest quarter 306 9.0 25.3 18.0 4.3
Precipitation of driest quarter 306 0.0 8.3 1.1 1.3
Precipitation of warmest quarter 306 0.1 24.9 9.1 4.7