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Table 3 Adjusted Odds of low or very low food security among 4,312 participants with data on household food insecurity

From: Food insecurity among households with children during the COVID-19 pandemic: results from a study among social media users across the United States

Variable Whole sample Households with children < 18y
Race (%), n = 1,452 a
 White, Non-Hispanic Ref Ref
 Non-White 1.32 (0.92–1.85) 1.72 (0.91–3.17)
Region (%), n = 1,300 b
 Northeast Ref Ref
 Midwest 0.69 (0.52–0.90) 0.81 (0.51–1.30)
 South 0.97 (0.75–1.24) 0.93 (0.57–1.51)
 West (0.78 (0.59–1.04) 0.79 (0.46–1.35)
Residence (%), n = 1,300 c
 Suburban Ref Ref
 Urban 1.27 (0.98–1.65) 1.42 (0.80–2.43)
 Rural 0.91 (0.73–1.12) 0.94 (0.64–1.38)
Employment (%), n = 1,300 d
 Employed Ref Ref
 Student/Unpaid work 1.27 (0.85–1.86) 1.54 (0.92–2.55)
 Not Work./Unemp 2.19 (1.78–2.78) 1.76 (1.09–2.80)
 Retired 0.57 (0.42–0.78) 0.21 (0.05–0.65)
Marital status (%), n = 1,300 e
 Married/cohabiting Ref Ref
 Single 1.04 (0.81–1.34) 1.34 (0.72–2.43)
 Divorced/separated/widowed 1.14 (0.86–1.50) 1.41 (0.76–2.58)
Education (%), n = 1,290 f
 Bachelor’s D. +  Ref Ref
 Some Col. / Assoc. D 1.25 (1.02–1.54) 1.42 (0.95–2.10)
 High School or less 1.51 (1.13–2.02) 2.25 (1.29–3.90)
Income (%), n = 1,168 g
 $100,000 or more Ref Ref
 $75,000 to less than $100,000 2.41 (1.69–3.46) 2.05 (1.21–3.49)
 $50,000 to less than $75,000 3.71 (2.61–5.30) 2.83 (1.63–4.91)
 $30,000 to less than $50,000 7.61 (5.41–10.83) 5.87 (3.35–10.37)
 Less than $30,000 16.46 (11.39–24.07) 10.61 (5.50–20.80)
  1. Suburb. Suburban, Not Work/Unemp. Not working or Unemployed, Som Col. / Assoc. D. Some college or Associates Degree, Bachelor's D. + Bachelor's degree or above
  2. a Adjusted for sex, age, region, residence, employment, marital status, education, income, number of people in household
  3. b Adjusted for sex, age, race, residence, employment, marital status, education, income, number of people in household
  4. c Adjusted for sex, age, race, region, employment, marital status, education, income, number of people in household
  5. d Adjusted for sex, age, race, region, residence, marital status, education, income, number of people in household
  6. e Adjusted for sex, age, race, region, residence, employment, education, income, number of people in household
  7. f Adjusted for sex, age, race, region, residence, employment, marital status, income, number of people in household
  8. g Adjusted for sex, age, race, region, residence, employment, marital status, education, number of people in household