here's a little background on my study. i grouped the respondents in my study into two groups. respondents with successful outcome and respondents with unsuccessful outcome. i have several independent variables in my study which include: age, gender, place of residence, marital status, income, employment status, substance use and co-morbidities. i want to know if there are significant difference between respondents with successful outcome and respondents with unsuccessful outcome with regards to the variables listed or if any of the variables can affect the outcome of the respodents.

age and income are the only continuous variables in my study while the rest are categorical variables.

which among these statistical treatment is better to analyze my data?