Table 1 Sample characteristics

From: Psychometric qualities of the English Coping Scales of the Stress and Coping Inventory in a representative UK sample

  N (%)
Gender
Women 544 (54.1)
Men 462 (45.9)
Age
18–24 98 (9.7)
25–34 203 (20.2)
35–44 190 (18.9)
45–54 194 (19.3)
55–64 173 (17.2)
65 +  148 (14.7)
Relationship status
Single 289 (28.7)
Living separately 18 (1.8)
Married 406 (40.4)
Divorced 75 (7.5)
In a partnership 187 (18.6)
Widowed 31 (3.1)
Working situation
Not working now (and did not before lockdown) 243 (24.2)
Not working now (but did before lockdown) 235 (23.4)
Working, now in home-office 176 (17.5)
Working not in home-office 133 (13.2)
Working, now in short term work 78 (7.8)
Retired 141 (14.0)
Income
 < € 1.000,- 138 (13.7)
€ 1.000,- to € 2.000,- 343 (34.1)
€ 2.000,- to € 3.000,- 256 (25.4)
€ 3.000,- to € 4.000,- 147 (14.6)
 > € 4.000,- 122 (12.1)
Living situation
Living in a flat 202 (20.1)
Living in a flat with a balcony or terrace 56 (5.6)
Living in a house (with/without garden) 748 (74.4)