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Table 4 OLS regressions on subsamples

From: Trust of second-generation immigrants: intergenerational transmission or cultural assimilation?

  Female/male individuals Young/old individuals One/two parent(s) born abroad Small/large communities
Trust in the home country 0.511*** 0.504** 0.701*** 0.028
  (0.169) (0.215) (0.172) (0.227)
Australia X trust in the home country −0.514** −0.277 −0.368* 0.399
  (0.220) (0.242) (0.223) (0.267)
Country: 0 = US, 1 = Australia 0.613*** 0.961** 0.446* 0.977***
  (0.236) (0.424) (0.251) (0.314)
(Trust in the home country) X subgroup 0.158 0.0327 −0.326 0.511**
  (0.254) (0.272) (0.256) (0.260)
(Australia X trust in the home country) X subgroup 0.407 0.0954 0.129 −0.727**
  (0.319) (0.362) (0.328) (0.335)
(Country: 0 = US, 1 = Australia) X subgroup 0.124 −1.052 0.367 −0.235
  (0.348) (0.728) (0.352) (0.352)
R-squared 0.127 0.133 0.127 0.127
Observations 9,793 9,793 9,793 9,793
  1. Subgroups: Male individuals; individuals older than 45 years old; individuals with two parents born abroad; individuals belonging to large migrant communities.
  2. Levels of significance: *: 10% **: 5% ***: 1%.
  3. Sample: second-generation immigrants residing in the United States or in Australia.
  4. Note: standard errors (clustered at the individual level) in parentheses. The additional controls are as in Table 2, column 3.
  5. Source: HILDA 2005, 2006, 2008, 2010 and GSS 1978–2010.
  6. Dependent variable: Most people can be trusted (0: No; 1: Yes).