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Table 1 Characteristics of the study respondents/general population

From: The Indonesian EQ-5D-5L Value Set

Characteristics Study sample (N = 1054) n (%) Indonesian general populationa (%) Differences (%)
Residence
 Urban 549 (52.09) 53.30 −1.21
 Rural 505 (47.91) 46.70 +1.21
Gender
 Female 526 (49.91) 49.65 +0.26
 Male 528 (50.09) 50.35 −0.26
Age
 17–19 159 (15.09)* 12.35 +2.74
 20–29 236 (22.39) 24.37 −1.98
 30–39 264 (25.05) 22.68 +2.37
 40–49 180 (17.08) 18.08 −1.00
 50–59 164 (15.56)* 11.84 +3.72
 60–69 43 (4.08)* 6.36 −2.28
 70+ 8 (0.76)* 4.31 −3.55
Education
 Low 339 (32.16)* 35.18 −3.02
 Middle 550 (52.18) 51.72 +0.46
 High 165 (15.65)* 13.10 +2.55
Religion
 Islam 920 (87.29) 87.18 +0.11
 Christian 103 (9.77) 9.86 −0.09
 Others 31 (2.94) 2.96 −0.02
Ethnicity
 Jawa 441 (41.84) 40.22 +1.62
 Sunda 199 (18.88)* 15.50 +3.38
 Sumatera 128 (12.14)* 15.02 −2.88
 Sulawesi 63 (5.98)* 8.09 −2.11
 Madura—Bali 52 (4.93) 4.70 +0.23
 Others 171 (16.22) 16.47 −0.25
  1. * Significant difference at α = 0.05 from z test
  2. a Data from Indonesian Bureau of Statistics (BPS)