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st: outreg2 and incorrect asterisks?

From   Ryan Wells <[email protected]>
To   [email protected]
Subject   st: outreg2 and incorrect asterisks?
Date   Tue, 12 Jan 2010 05:14:19 -0800 (PST)

I am running a logistic regression with multiply-imputed data and using the svy: command for complex survey data. I then use outreg2 to send the output into a table. For statistical significance, I am setting 3 levels .05, .01., and .001. Everything works fine, but a few of the results have asterisks that do not match the P-value that is listed in the raw stata output. In the example below, the P value is 3.07 in the raw output...but only 1 asterisk shows up on the outreg2 table that is produced. I can easily check and change these by hand...but I am wondering why this mismatch may be occurring and if I am missing something conceptually.

Here is the syntax:

mim,storebv: svy:logit money_action par_exp4 par_aspr4 par_bach grandpar_bach age_parent income_ten_thou numkids ///
female asian hispanic black par_nativeng parttime nowork catholic private ///
par_involv heldback ztest_score daycare nursery headstart kinder, or

outreg2 using moneyaction-0915, se replace ef alpha(0.001, 0.01, 0.05) bdec(3) tdec(3) rdec(3) word

Here is the raw output of the "nursery" variable:

money_action | Odds Rat.  Std. Err.     t    P>|t|    [95% Conf. Int.]   MI.df
 nursery |   1.17315   .061089    3.07   0.002     1.0587  1.29997   211.7

here is the row in the outreg2 table:
nursery      1.173*

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