Table 4: Associations of successful aging, according to the six models, with socioeconomic characteristics. A multivariate logistic regression model, all the predictors included in the model simultaneously. Odds ratios (OR) and 95% confidence intervals (CI).

Models of successful aging
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Age
 90–912.74 (0.59–12.76)1.93 (0.99–3.78)1.68 (0.83–3.4)1.43 (0.76–2.66)1.82 (0.93–3.57)2.85 (1.81–4.49)
 92–933.93 (0.82–18.89)2.15 (1.02–4.53)1.76 (0.91–3.42)1.93 (1.0–3.73)2.14 (1.05–4.40)2.90 (1.79–4.73)
 94+111111
Gender
 Men 111111
 Women0.20 (0.07–0.54)0.46 (0.26–0.82)0.53 (0.29–0.96)0.54 (0.31–0.94)0.47 (0.27–0.83)0.98 (0.06–1.50)
Marital status
 Unmarried111111
 Married0.85 (0.26–2.73)1.17 (0.61–2.26)1.60 (0.82–3.12)1.71 (0.92– 3.16)1.42 (0.74–2.7)1.11 (0.69–1.81)
Education
 Low111111
 Middle1.64 (0.34–7.88)1.77 (0.81–3.85)1.16 (0.47–2.87)0.89 (0.37–2.18)1.10 (0.47–2.54)1.57 (0.94–2.63)
 High1.14 (0.39–3.33)1.28 (0.72–2.3)1.23 (0.68–2.22)1.10 (0.64–1.91)0.95 (0.54–1.69)1.45 (1.00–2.11)
 Higher1.35 (0.38–4.6)2.03 (1.06–3.89)1.48 (0.73–2.99)1.45 (0.76–2.76)1.14 (0.57–2.28)2.00 (1.26–3.17)
Place of living
 Community3.11 (0.89–10.8)2.48 (1.36–4.53) 2.66 (1.39–5.05)2.64 (1.48–4.72)3.18 (1.68–6.0)4.30 (2.83–6.53)
 Institution111111