Scope: Adults who completed the questionnaire (n = 3,200), living in general households in mainland France.
Source: COCLICO Survey in the general population, Wave 1, conducted between 3 and 14 April 2020
Note: An adjusted odds ratio (AOR) equal to 1 reflects the absence of association between the factor studied and the onset of psychological distress, an AOR higher than 1 indicates a link between the factor studied and an increase in the risk of onset of psychological distress, and an AOR lower than 1 indicates a link between the factor studied and a reduction in the risk of onset of psychological distress. The more the AOR is removed from 1, the greater the strength of the link.
Reading: Being a woman, having poor social support and a worsening financial situation are among the most important risk factors for the onset of psychological distress during the lockdown linked to the Covid-19 outbreak, all other things being equal.
Taken from Gandré C. and Coldefy M. "Inequalities in the Risk of Onset of Psychological Distress during the Lockdown Linked to the Covid-19 Outbreak. First Results of the COCLICO Survey Conducted between 3 and 14 April 2020", IRDES, Issues in Health Economics (249), June 2020.