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Table 4 The Gini Coefficient in the US in 1990 and 1995

From: Assessment of the health of Americans: the average health-related quality of life and its inequality across individuals and groups

  Both sexes (95% CI) Male (95% CI) Female (95% CI)
All ages    
1990 0.092 (0.091, 0.094) 0.087 (0.086, 0.088) 0.097 (0.096, 0.099)
1995 0.097 (0.096, 0.099) 0.092 (0.090, 0.095) 0.101 (0.100, 0.103)
0–14 years    
1990 0.048 (0.047, 0.049) 0.049 (0.048, 0.051) 0.046 (0.044, 0.048)
1995 0.049 (0.048, 0.050) 0.052 (0.050, 0.054) 0.046 (0.044, 0.048)
15–24 years    
1990 0.056 (0.054, 0.059) 0.053 (0.050, 0.056) 0.059 (0.056, 0.062)
1995 0.060 (0.058, 0.062) 0.056 (0.053, 0.059) 0.063 (0.060, 0.066)
25–44 years    
1990 0.072 (0.071, 0.074) 0.069 (0.067, 0.071) 0.075 (0.073, 0.077)
1995 0.079 (0.077, 0.081) 0.076 (0.074, 0.079) 0.082 (0.079, 0.084)
45–64 years    
1990 0.127 (0.124, 0.130) 0.126 (0.122, 0.131) 0.127 (0.124, 0.131)
1995 0.132 (0.128, 0.138) 0.130 (0.123, 0.137) 0.134 (0.130, 0.140)
65+ years    
1990 0.183 (0.178, 0.188) 0.172 (0.166, 0.178) 0.190 (0.184, 0.196)
1995 0.183 (0.174, 0.188) 0.174 (0.166, 0.183) 0.189 (0.177, 0.197)