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Table 4 Results from multiple linear models predicting the relative importance of ethical concern, familiarity and price motive dimensionsa

From: Sociodemographic differences in motives for food selection: results from the LoCard cross-sectional survey

  Ethical concern Familiarity Price-cheap Price-value
Bb 95% CI P R2c B 95% CI P R2 B 95% CI P R2 B 95% CI P R2
Gender     .007***     .018***     .013***     .021***
 Women 0.027 0.021, 0.033 <.001   −0.064 −0.073, − 0.055 <.001   − 0.061 −0.070, −0.051 <.001   −0.062 −0.069, −0.054 <.001  
 Men (ref.)                 
Age group     .049***     .007***     .026***     .015***
 18–29 (ref.)                 
 30–44 0.034 0.025, 0.042 <.001   −0.022 −0.035, −0.010 .001   −0.062 −0.076, −0.048 <.001   − 0.022 −0.034, −0.011 <.001  
 45–64 0.067 0.058, 0.075 <.001   −0.052 −0.065, −0.039 <.001   −0.101 −0.115, −0.087 <.001   −0.043 −0.054, −0.032 <.001  
 65–94 0.116 0.106, 0.127 <.001   −0.046 −0.061, −0.030 <.001   −0.133 −0.150, −0.116 <.001   −0.083 −0.96, −0.069 <.001  
Marital status     .001***     <.001     .009***     <.001
 Married/cohabiting (ref.)                 
 Divorced/widowed −0.015 −0.024, −0.007 <.001   −0.002 −0.014, 0.011 .80   0.061 0.047, 0.074 <.001   0.004 −0.007, 0.015 .65  
 Never married −0.009 −0.017, −0.002 .019   0.013 0.001, 0.024 .027   0.038 0.026, 0.050 <.001   −0.006 −0.016, 0004 .26  
Living situation     .002***     .001*     .005***     <.001
 Alone −0.009 −0.017, −0.002 .019   0.002 −0.009, 0.014 .67   0.022 0.010, 0.034 <.001   −0.003 −0.013, 0.007 .52  
 Two or more adults 0.007 <0.001, 0.014 .051   −0.010 −0.21, <0.001 .044   −0.021 −0.032, −0.010 <.001   0.001 −0.008, 0.010 .86  
 Adult(s) and child(ren) (ref.)                 
Education     .005***     .029***     .035***     .002***
 Basic −0.024 −0.037, −0.012 <.001   0.122 0.103, 0.141 <.001   0.150 0.129, 0.170 <.001   −0.030 −0.047, −0.013 <.001  
 Middle −0.028 −0.036, −0.021 <.001   0.080 0.069, 0.090 <.001   0.107 0.095, 0.119 <.001   0.004 −0.006, 0.013 .46  
 Lower academic −0.014 −0.021, −0.006 <.001   0.026 0.015, 0.037 <.001   0.059 0.047, 0.071 <.001   0.009 −0.001, 0.019 .079  
 Upper academic (ref.)                 
Household income     .001*     .014***     .077***     <.001
 1st quartile −0.009 −0.018, −0.001 .032   0.072 0.060, 0.085 <.001   0.195 0.182, 0.208 <.001   0.004 −0.007, 0.015 .49  
 2nd quartile −0.009 −0.017, −0.002 .019   0.047 0.035, 0.058 <.001   0.120 0.107, 0.132 <.001   0.007 −0.004, 0.017 .21  
 3rd quartile 0.001 −0.009, 0.010 .91   0.017 0.004, 0.030 .013   0.069 0.055, 0.083 <.001   0.008 −0.004, 0.020 .21  
 4th quartile (ref.)                 
Household special diets     .024***     .010***     .008***     .002**
 No special diet (ref.)                 
 Lactose-free 0.012 0.005, 0.019 .001   −0.003 −0.014, 0.007 .52   −0.027 −0.039, −0.016 <.001   −0.011 −0.020, −0.002 .021  
 Gluten-free 0.024 0.013, 0.035 <.001   −0.014 −0.030, 0.003 .11   −0.048 −0.067, −0.030 <.001   −0.017 −0.032, −0.002 .025  
 Red-meat-free 0.059 0.046, 0.072 <.001   −0.072 −0.091, −0.053 <.001   − 0.067 −0.088, −0.045 <.001   −0.029 −0.047, −0.012 .001  
 Vegetarians 0.087 0.075, 0.099 <.001   −0.074 −0.091, −0.056 <.001   − 0.057 −0.076, −0.037 <.001   − 0.021 −0.037, −0.005 .009  
 Other 0.031 0.019, 0.043 <.001   −0.019 −0.036, −0.001 .036   −0.035 −0.054, −0.016 <.001   −0.004 −0.020, 0.011 .60  
  1. ***P < .001, **P < .01, *P < .05
  2. aEach model includes age, gender and the given sociodemographic variable as predictors
  3. bB values are unstandardized regression coefficients
  4. cR2 refers to increase in the model R2 value after adding the given sociodemographic predictor to the age- and gender-adjusted model