Table 2

Sociodemographic factors associated with hypoglycemia incidence in linear regression analyses

Sociodemographic factorsStandardized βUnstandardized β
(95% CI)
P valueR2
Overall population
 Individuals aged <16 years per 100 000 inhabitants−0.148−0.004 (−0.007 to 0.000)0.0400.073
 Individuals with secondary studies per 100 000 inhabitants−0.209−0.003 (−0.006 to −0.001)0.004
 Unemployed individuals per 100 000 inhabitants0.2480.003 (0.001 to 0.006)0.001
Men*
Women
 Individuals with secondary studies per 100 000 inhabitants−0.259−0.005 (−0.008 to −0.002)<0.0010.074
 Unemployed individuals per 100 000 inhabitants0.2460.005 (0.002 to 0.009)0.001
Aged <16 years
 Single-person homes per 100 000 homes−0.270−0.004 (−0.006 to −0.002)0.0010.143
 Homes with pending payments per 100 000 inhabitants−0.341−0.002 (−0.003 to −0.001)<0.001
 Unemployed individuals per 100 000 inhabitants0.1460.002 (0.000 to 0.004)0.039
 Foreign individuals per 100 000 inhabitants0.2330.002 (0.001 to 0.003)<0.001
Aged 16–64 years
 Individuals without studies per 100 000 inhabitants0.1870.002 (0.001 to 0.004)0.0090.062
 Unemployed individuals per 100 000 inhabitants0.2430.002 (0.001 to 0.003)0.001
Aged >64 years
 Single-person homes per 100 000 homes−0.171−0.008 (−0.016 to −0.001)0.0220.096
 Sports facilities per 100 000 inhabitants−0.188−0.342 (−0.609 to −0.076)0.012
  • Optimal multivariate models are shown.

  • *No optimal model could be obtained.