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Table 9 Linear regression analysis of preferences for birth center care (practical information, comprehensive care and accommodation)

From: Preferences for birth center care in the Netherlands: an exploration of ethnic differences

  Practical information Comprehensive care Accommodation
  Model A Model B Model A Model B Model A Model B
  B B B B B B
Ethnicity (ref. = Dutch)
 Turkish 0.131 −0.400 0.274* 0.003 0.041 −0.334
 Moroccan 0.191 0.223 0.346* −0.124 0.221 −0.259
 Other 0.015 −0.517* 0.097 −0.185 -.091 −0.151
Education (ref. = low)
 Medium 0.205 −0.097 0.317* 0.184 0.336* 0.234
 High 0.102 −0.412 0.220 −0.221 0.296* −0.065
Age 0.002 0.001 −0.004 −0.001 −0.011 −0.009
Partner (ref. = no partner) −0.036 −0.060 0.069 0.071 0.241 0.257
Number of children −0.068 −0.085 0.010 0.010 −0.014 −0.006
Health −0.026 −0.037 −0.011 0.004 0.099 0.090
Turkish*Medium   0.614   0.120   0.436
Turkish*High   0.735*   0.470   0.542
Moroccan*Medium   −0.452   0.214   0.340
Moroccan*High   0.369   1.049**   0.898*
Other*Medium   0.587   0.091   −0.379
Other*High   0.741*   0.502   0.276
Intercept 3.659*** 4.142*** 3.665*** 3.793*** 3.432*** 3.591***
R2 0.035 0.113 0.068 0.112 0.101 0.146
Na 168 168 175 175 175 175
  1. *p < 0.05; **p < 0.01; ***p < 0.00
  2. aAfter removing the missing values of the independent variables, there were 186 respondents eligible for analysis. The number of missing values on each of the dependent variables varied, which is why the analysis was performed for each dependent variable separately. This resulted in a different number of respondents for each analysis