Table 4

 Regression analysis for perceived general health by level of urbanity and level of education (high, secondary, no/primary) modelled as interaction effects and controlled for sociodemographic and socioeconomic characteristics: parameter and standard error

Perceived general health (good/very good  = 1)
Very strongStrongModerateSlightNon-urban
*p⩽0.05; **p⩽0.01; ***p⩽0.001.
Higher education * % of green space (1 km)0.001 (0.002)0.005 (0.002)**0.004 (0.002)*0.000 (0.002)0.002 (0.004)
Secondary education * % of green space (1 km)0.005 (0.001)***0.006 (0.001) ***0.007 (0.001)***0.008 (0.002)***0.006 (0.002)**
Primary/no education * % of green space (1 km)0.002 (0.002)0.000 (0.001)0.002 (0.001)*0.004 (0.001)***0.004 (0.002)*
Higher education * % of green space (3 km)0.000 (0.003)0.007 (0.002) ***0.004 (0.003)0.002 (0.003)0.001 (0.006)
Secondary education * % of green space (3 km)0.004 (0.002)*0.008 (0.001) ***0.008 (0.002)***0.008 (0.002)***0.007 (0.003)**
Primary/no education * % of green space (3 km)0.001 (0.002)0.004 (0.002)*0.004 (0.002)*0.005 (0.002)**0.006 (0.003)*