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Table 1 Respondents’ socio-demographic characteristics and social capital (N = 804)

From: Knowledge and utilization of sexual and reproductive healthcare services among Thai immigrant women in Sweden

Variables N (%)
Age
 18–30 177 (22.0)
 31–45 486 (60.4)
 46 + 141 (17.5)
 Total 804
Married/cohabiting
 Yes 618 (85.4)
 No 106 (14.6)
 Total 724
Education level
 0–6 years 271 (36.0)
 7–9 years 121 (16.0)
 10–12 years 146 (19.4)
 More than 12 years 215 (28.6)
 Total 753
Immigration year
 2010–2011 120 (16.0)
 2008–2009 290 (38.5)
 2006–2007 342 (45.5)
 Total 752
Participation in Swedish language School
 Yes 667 (80.0)
 No 103 (12.8)
 Total 770
Lacking cash reservesa
 Yes 178 (22.1)
 No 599 (74.5)
 Total 777
Trust in others
 Low 320 (45.9)
 High 377 (54.1)
 Total 697
Bonding vs. bridging trust
 Dominant bonding trust 240 (36.2)
 Dominant bridging trust 423 (63.8)
 Total 663
Bonding vs. bridging relationships
 Dominant bonding relationships 270 (35.5)
 Dominant bridging relationships 490 (64.5)
 Total 760
Social participationb
 Low 389 (48.4)
 High 415 (51.6)
 Total 804
  1. anot being able to get hold of 15,000 SEK within a week if needed
  2. bLow social participation: ≤ 2 activities of 13