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Table 4 Regression estimates regarding Perceived access to transport means in order to live a life to be satisfied with

From: How does driving license withdrawal affect subjective well-being? A Swedish comparative survey study of visual field loss

Variable Coefficient Robust S.E
Respondent group
License 6.824*** 0.289
License–VFL 6.407*** 0.294
No-license Reference  
Gender
Male 0.218 0.306
Female Reference  
Age
20–49 years 0.336 0.319
50–69 years Reference  
70–95 years 0.234 0.341
Residence
City > 50,000 1.077** 0.351
City 10,000–50,000 1.027** 0.335
Town 200–9999 0.463 0.471
Countryside/rural Reference  
Employment
Worker/student 0.098 0.288
Unemployment/long-term sick/retired/other Reference  
Highest education
Lower secondary school (age 7–15) –0.627 0.502
Upper-secondary school (age 16–18) –0.803** 0.297
Further education (other than university) –0.511 0.317
Higher education (e.g., university) Reference  
Family situation
Single with children –.1.320* 0.543
Single without children –0.796* 0.330
Cohabiting with children –0.110 0.287
Cohabiting without children Reference  
Accommodation
Apartment 0.564* 0.287
Detached or terraced house/other Reference  
Diagnosis
Stroke (only) –0.528 0.307
Diabetes (only) –0.904* 0.365
Glaucoma (only) Reference  
Combined and/or other diagnosis –0.891* 0.430
Constant 2.491*** 0.483
R2 0.675  
N 436  
  1. All independent variables are dummy variables. The Number of cars in household variable is excluded from the analysis, as this aspect is covered by other variables such as License and Family situation
  2. S.E. = Standard error
  3. *p < .05; ** p < .01; *** p < .001