Table 2.

Factors associated with mental health-related quality of life

FactorModel 1: β (95% CI)Model 2: β (95% CI)Model 3: β (95% CI)Model 4: β (95% CI)Model 5: β (95% CI)
Having experienced an economic crisis−6.41 (−11.22 to −1.62)b−5.73 (−10.44 to −1.03)a−5.66 (−10.38 to −0.95)a−4.43 (−9.77 to 0.91)0.25 (−5.53 to 6.02)
Having a low level of social support−7.89 (−13.36 −2.42)b−8.44 (−14.00 to −2.88)c−9.09 (−14.74 −3.45)c−0.80 (−7.98 to 6.37)
Being ill or injured during the previous 6 months−4.36 (−9.90 to 1.17)−5.68 (−11.17 to −0.18)a−4.60 (−9.91 to 0.71)
Sex (reference female)6.01 (1.22 to 10.81)a6.15 (1.55 to 10.76)b
Age (median 57 years)0.02 (−0.12 to 0.17)0.05 (−0.09 to 1.19)
Interaction economic crisis AND low level of social support−18.85 (−29.53 to −8.17)d
Constant term41.4142.9243.9535.8239.98
Adjusted R24.06%8.67%9.39%13.62%20.23%