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Table 6 Odds ratio of the selected coefficients (95% CI)

From: Why consumers drink natural wine? Consumer perception and information about natural wine

  Italy Spain
Odds ratio Std. Err. Odds ratio Std. Err.
Wine drinking frequency 2.329*** 0.245 1.944*** 0.213
Age 0.980** 0.008 n.s.
Male 1.330* 0.288 n.s.
Wine involvement 0.814* 0.100 0.807* 0.090
Sustainability motivation 1.02* 0.001 1.01*** 0.001
Hedonistic motivation n.s. 1.00*** 0.001
Front label attention 0.736*** 0.076 0.734** 0.087
Back label attention n.s. 1.301** 0.159
Self-reported natural wine information 1.516*** 0.191 1.202* 0.143
Self-reported organic wine information 0.785* 0.100 n.s.
Natural product interest 1.326* 0.234 1.266* 0.169
  1. Notes: Asterisks represent statistically significant at the levels: *p ≤ 0.1; **p ≤ 0.05; ***p ≤ 0.01; n.s., not statistically significant. Brant tests have verified that the proportional odds assumption (or the parallel regression assumption) was not violated for the two regression models. To exclude multicollinearity issues, correlation matrixes were computed and the variance inflation factor (VIF) was calculated to check potential correlations among independent variables of both models. Falsification tests were also performed, finding no significant effects of the control variables on alternative outcomes