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Correspondence between overweight and socioeconomic and demographic indicators in the adult Brazilian population. We analyzed the joint relationships between overweight and socioeconomic and demographic indicators in the Brazilian adult population 99,, individuals , through the multiple correspondence analysis technique.
The featured profile of the Brazilian adult population with regard to overweight was correlated with ages from 30 years of the most developed and economically social geographic regions of Brazil; however between genders, the correlation was in the opposite direction in the variables income, education, and subjective issues about life conditions related to food and nutrition security.
Population-based surveys ratify the epidemic progress of overweight rates in the world and in Brazil, in the adult population 4 - 7. Other studies show the association between socioeconomic and demographic indicators and the reported outcome 7 , 8 - However, most studies analyzing the prevalence of overweight rates and associated factors used association analyses, by simple and multiple linear regressions 10 , as well as logistic and Poisson regressions 7 - 9.
In this context, few studies used the correspondence analysis. Even though this methodology is considered to be a descriptive and exploratory technique, which simplifies complex data and produces exhaustive analyses of information that supports conclusions about it 11 , in this case it allows identifying how the variables are related and which the profile and cluster of specific variables are.
Besides, the graphic illustration of the correspondence analysis enables the understanding of inter-related factors addressed to health administrators, who have little contact with the complex regression analyses. Therefore, this study aimed at verifying the correspondence between overweight and socioeconomic and demographic indicators among adults aged from 20 to 59 years old, of both genders in Brazil, by a global analysis with sampling design structured to provide results with external validity.