The total sample size was 2,608, but 2,606 participants were included in the analysis, because the questionnaires completed by two participants were found to be invalid. A total of 1,036 (39.8%) male, and 1,570 (60.2%) female participants completed the survey. They all were residents of Latvia, aged 18–75 (M = 46.42, SD = 13.86). More precisely, 6.4% of the participants were aged between 18 and 25 years, 20.4% were aged between 26 and 35 years, 19.1% were between 36 and 45 years, 26.9% between 46 and 55 years, 18.2% between 56 and 65 years, and 9.0% were older than 66 years. Most had completed higher secondary education (12 years or equivalent level of education) (36.9%), 29.8% had a bachelor's degree, 29.4% had a master's degree, 1.5% had a PhD or an equivalent level of education and 2.4% had a general primary education (9 years of education). The majority of the sample (73.2%) currently live in an urban area (53.0% of them in the capital city of Latvia), and were employed (71.8%). More than two thirds (68.0%) completed the survey in Latvian, and 32.0% in Russian.

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