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Appendix 3: Logistic regression results

The results of our logistic regressions are presented in the table below. It shows our analysis of the factors associated with the likelihood of having higher levels of trust in the police and media.

Appendix table

Likelihood of higher levels of trust in the police and media
Characteristic Category (where applicable) Trust in the police Trust in the media
Age (years) 15–19  0.735 1.460*
  20–24  0.500*  0.955
  25–29  0.518*  0.807
   30–34 0.459* 0.722 
  35–39  0.380* 0.734 
  40–44 0.409*  0.746 
  45–49 0.498*  0.666* 
  50–54  0.442*  0.797 
  55–59 0.400*  0.736 
  60–64  0.439*  0.674*
  65–69  0.577*  0.856
  70–74 0.595* 0.892
  75+  Reference category
Sex Male  0.860* 0.950
Female Reference category
Ethnicity Māori only 0.713* 1.260*
  Māori and other Reference category
Urban/rural Urban 1.011 1.208*
  Rural Reference category
Mental health   1.003 1.008*
Material well-being   1.036*  1.013* 
Labour force status Unemployed 1.225 1.541*
Employed or not in the labour force Reference category
Education qualification No qualification 1.208 1,671*
  Level 1–4 certificate 1.242* 1.383*
  Level 5–6 diploma 1,579* 1.205
Bachelor's level or above Reference category
Victim of a violent crime Yes 0.979 ... 
  No Reference category
Trust in people   1.397* 1.290*
Symbols:
* significant at the 5 percent level of significance
... not applicable
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