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Volume 13, Number 2—February 2007

Dispatch

Avian Influenza Risk Perception, Europe and Asia

Onno de Zwart*Comments to Author , Irene K. Veldhuijzen*, Gillian Elam†, Arja R. Aro‡, Thomas Abraham§, George D. Bishop¶, Jan Hendrik Richardus#, and Johannes Brug#
Author affiliations: *Municipal Public Health Service, Rotterdam, the Netherlands; †Health Protection Agency—Centre for Infections, London, United Kingdom; ‡University of Southern Denmark, Esbjerg, Denmark; §University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, People’s Republic of China; ¶National University of Singapore, Singapore; #Erasmus University Medical Center Rotterdam, Rotterdam, the Netherlands;

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Table 1

Distribution of general characteristics of the study population, by country or region, September 20–November 22, 2005*


No. (%)
CharacteristicDNKPOLNLDUKESPCHNHKGSGPEuropeAsiaTotal
Total
463 (14)
488 (14)
400 (12)
401 (12)
425 (12)
404 (12)
396 (12)
426 (13)
2,177 (64)
1,226 (36)
3,403 (100)
Sex
Male4039424141474443404542
Female
60
61
58
59
59
53
56
57
60
55
58
Age group, y
18–301318101317432735143522
31–443131313534343531323333
45–603632373132192720332229
61–75
20
19
24
21
17
4
12
14
20
10
16
Area
City262192045869081248646
Town38253745429416371027
Village/countryside
37
54
55
36
13
4
6
2
39
4
26
Education
Primary or less178522241331179
Low312228209192011221620
Intermediate3843353531353238373536
High1328324338423548304234

*DNK, Denmark; POL, Poland; NLD, the Netherlands; UK, United Kingdom; ESP, Spain; CHN, China; HKG, Hong Kong; SGP, Singapore.

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