Table 2

Results of regressions using inequality and segregation in separate models: (i) The relation between income inequality and death rates, and (ii) The relation between segregation and death rates

*Regression i Income inequality*Regression ii Segregation (BTI/WTI)
*The model using inequality does not include segregation, and the model using segregation does not include inequality. Both models include mean household income and mean household size covariates, and both are weighted by MSA populations.
Under 1 year
m0.430.0000.140.620.0000.29
f0.480.0000.160.650.0000.29
1–14 years
m0.260.0000.170.150.0280.14
f0.290.0000.140.230.0010.12
15–34 years
m0.630.0000.380.400.0000.17
f0.720.0000.370.320.0000.07
35–64 years
m0.820.0000.480.450.0000.14
f0.680.0000.320.590.0000.24
Over 65 years
m0.260.0000.120.480.0000.24
f0.300.0000.080.520.0000.20
All ages
m0.620.0000.280.580.0000.24
f0.470.0000.160.590.0000.25
PYLL
m0.780.0000.470.480.0000.19
f0.720.0000.370.560.0000.21