This is evident from the numbers reported as follows see Table 1 for reference : NCHS reports identifying, by spousal and sex matching, a total of same-sex married couples from —, of which only 66 were reported outside the NCHS embargoed period. Table 3 Odds ratios for emotional difficulties by family structure, illustrating the effect of the embargoed period: NHIS — panels 1 and 2 and — panel 3 Full size table. Although using a sample that excludes the embargoed period cases will very likely reduce same-sex married odds ratios for the other outcomes, this change may or may not affect assessments of their hypotheses. The first column in panel 1 shows the same replication model already presented in Table 2 , using the same data as did Reczek et al. This increases the size of the same-sex married sample to 66; the additional cases have all been verified using the procedure instituted after Nonetheless, the overall results for the CDC metric lead to the same hypothesis evaluations as does Reczek et al.
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