TABLE 1

Proportion of Different Latent Classes of Family and Neighborhood Disadvantage in Boys and Girls From W1 (0–1 years old) to W6 (10–11 years old), Growing Up in Australia

Household SEP, n (%)SEIFA Index of Disadvantage, n (%)
nExtremely FavorableModerately FavorableAverageModerately UnfavorableExtremely UnfavorablenConsistently FavorableAverageModerately UnfavorableDeteriorating
Total4785609 (12.7)1011 (21.1)1262 (26.4)1505 (31.5)398 (8.3)4791954 (19.9)1784 (37.2)1688 (35.2)365 (7.6)
Boys2446315 (12.9)525 (21.5)645 (26.4)765 (31.3)196 (8.0)2451499 (20.4)881 (35.9)881 (35.9)190 (7.8)
Girls2339294 (12.6)486 (20.8)617 (26.4)740 (31.6)202 (8.1)2340455 (19.4)903 (38.6)807 (34.5)175 (7.6)
  • In the LCA, from W1 (0–1 year old) to W6 (10–11 years old), children with family and neighborhood disadvantage information in at least 2 waves are included.