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Gender differences in socioeconomic inequalities in mortality are well known.1 However, gender differences in self-reported socioeconomic status in public health surveys has been much less frequently investigated. We aimed to compare the material status estimates provided by men and women in spousal pairs, obtained from the larger genetic epidemiology study in Croatia that was focusing on the families, thus enabling spousal pairs analysis. A total of 182 spousal pairs from the Adriatic island of Vis were included in this …
Competing interests: None.
Ethics approval: Ethics Committee from the Medical School, University of Zagreb and Multi-Centre Research Ethics Committee for Scotland approved the study.