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Table 4 Moran’s I statistics showing spatial dependence of Asthma by different household environment and background characteristics across districts of India, 2015–16

From: Socio-economic Correlates and Spatial Heterogeneity in the Prevalence of Asthma among Young Women in India

Indicators Univariate Bivariate
% Asthma 0.48
% Tobacco Consumption 0.05 0.11
% Clean Cooking fuel 0.35 0.41
% Improved source of drinking water 0.42 0.45
% Household with no crowding 0.41 0.44
% Urban residence 0.33 0.38
% Rural residence 0.40 0.43
% Low household environment 0.27 0.33
% Medium household environment 0.42 0.45
% High household environment 0.22 0.31