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Table 3 Socioeconomic characteristics of the respondents

From: Analysis of socio-environmental impacts of the loss of urban trees and vegetation in Lahore, Pakistan: a review of public perception

Characteristics Participants No. and % age of respondents
N = 2080 (100 %)
Gender Male 1304 (62.7)
Female 776 (37.3)
Age <20 32 (1.5)
21–30 412 (19.8)
31–40 589 (27.9)
41–50 728 (35.0)
>50 324 (15.8)
Marital status Single 408 (19.6)
Married 1652 (79.4)
Divorced/widow 20 (1.0)
Educational level Uneducated 32 (1.5)
Below matriculation 96 (4.6)
Matriculation 176 (8.5)
Intermediate 336 (16.2)
Bachelor 720 (34.6)
Post-graduate/Dr./engineers 592 (28.5)
Others 128 (6.2)
Occupation Govt. employee 315 15.2)
Pvt. employee 308 (14.8)
Self-employee 148 (7.1)
Businessman 564 (27.1)
House wife 192 (9.2)
Student 56 (2.7)
Retired/pensioner 248 (11.9)
Unemployed 224 (10.8)
Others 25 (1.2)
Monthly household income (Rs.) 1 US$ = Pak.Rs.80 at the time of survey—2009 <15,000 568 (27.3)
15,000–30,000 828 (39.8)
30,001–45,000 500 (24.0)
45,001–60,000 136 (6.5)
>60,000 48 (2.3)