Table 1

– Explanatory variables selected for multiple linear regression analysis, São Paulo State, from 2006 to 2012

SourceVariableCategoryCode
IBGEDistribution of population with 18–24 years old by education level and municipality (2010)% of population 18–24 years old without education/incomplete primary educationV_15
IBGE% of population 18–24 years old with complete primary education/incomplete lower secondary educationV_16
IBGE% of population 18–24 years old with complete lower secondary education or moreV_17
IBGEDistribution of population with 15 years old or more by education level and municipality (2010)% of population 15 years old or more without education/incomplete primary educationV_25
IBGE% of population 15 years old or more with complete primary education/incomplete lower secondary educationV_26
IBGE% of population 15 years old or more with complete lower secondary education or moreV_27
IBGEGini Index of per capita household income by municipality (2010)Gini IndexV_30
IBGEProportion of population with low income by municipality (2010)% of population with income <1/2 minimum wageV_31
IBGE% of population with income <1/4 minimum wageV_32
IBGEIncome ratio by municipality (2010)Number of times the aggregate income of the top quintile of the income distribution (the 20.0% richest) is higher than the income of the lower quintile (the 20.0% poorest) among the resident populationV_41
IBGEUnemployment rate by municipality (2010)Unemployment rate among the population 16 years old or moreV_42
IBGEIlliteracy rate by municipality (2010)Illiteracy rate among the population 15 years old or moreV_46
IBGEProportion of elderly living in households as another relative by municipality (2010)% elderly residents as another relativeV_53
SEADEIncome per capita R$ (2010)V_66
SEADEGDP per capita (millions of R$)V_68
SEADEIDHM (2010)V_69
IBGEProportion of live births of mothers with seven or more prenatal consultations% of live births with seven or more prenatal visits (average 2009–2011)V_70
IBGEProportion of normal births% of normal births (average 2009–2011)V_72
IBGERatio of mammograms performed in women aged 50–69 years and the female population in this age group at a given place and yearMammography ratio (average 2009–2011)V_73
ANSWomen with private healthcare% of women with private healthcare (average 2006–2012)V_78
IBGEWomen of childbearing age (10–49 years old) who did not have children (2010)% of women in childbearing age who did not have childrenV_99
  • ANS, National Regulatory Agency for Private Health Insurance and Plans; GDP, gross domestic product; IBGE, Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics; IDHM, Municipal Human Development Index; SEADE, State Data Analysis System Foundation.