Table 5

Relative pregnancy risks by level of urbanisation, estimated from hazard regression models. Respondents to the 1987–1997 surveys

Variables in the model in addition to the level of urbanisation
AgeAge+YearAge+Year+ Occupation+ EducationAge+Year+ Both ParentsAge+Year+ Occupation+ Education+ Both ParentsAge+Year+ Occupation+ Education+ Both Parents+ Province
Those relative risks that differ significantly from the reference category at 95% confidence level are in bold type.
Sparsely populated rural areas1 (ref)1 (ref)1 (ref)1 (ref)1 (ref)1 (ref)
Towns and other settlements 1.19 1.19 1.16 1.081.091.10
1.06 to 1.331.06 to 1.331.02 to 1.330.96 to 1.210.96 to 1.250.96 to 1.25
Larger towns 1.22 1.23 1.28 1.061.151.18
1.06 to 1.411.07 to 1.411.09 to 1.500.92 to 1.220.98 to 1.351.00 to 1.38
Capital city area1.151.16 1.40 0.961.191.26
0.98 to 1.350.99 to 1.361.17 to 1.680.81 to 1.121.00 to 1.430.99 to 1.61