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Table 7 Analysis of maximum likelihood estimates of organic vegetable consumption

From: Consumers’ Perception of Environmental and Health Benefits, and Consumption of Organic Vegetables in Bangkok

Variable B Wald P-value Exp(B)
Gender 0.496 0.111 0.739 1.642
Age −0.133 6.311 0.012* 0.876
Education −0.034 0.003 0.957 0.966
Household income 3.961 8.668 0.003** 52.504
Household size 0.412 1.377 0.241 1.509
Children HHM −2.358 5.020 0.025* 0.095
Elderly HHM 0.519 0.186 0.666 1.680
HHM with health problem −2.591 3.823 0.051 0.075
Vegetarian HHM −0.308 0.145 0.703 0.735
Access to information on OV −1.698 0.293 0.588 0.183
Knowledge on characteristic of OV −2.075 2.418 0.120 0.126
Perception of environmental effects of organic agriculture 9.788 5.722 0.017* 17,818.067
Perception of the health benefits of OV 17.428 9.343 0.002** 37,068,838.027
Satisfaction with OV quality −5.265 1.345 0.246 0.005
Satisfaction with organic labelling/certification −0.414 0.020 0.887 0.661
Satisfaction with access to OV stores 12.965 8.653 0.003** 427,296.947
Satisfaction with variety of OV −2.259 0.305 0.581 0.104
Satisfaction with price of OV 17.144 18.119 0.000** 27,893,445.213
  1. NB: * Significant at P < 0.05, ** Significant at P < 0.01