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Table 1 Prevalence of socio-demographic factors, trust in others, mental health, alcohol use, experience of sexual coercion and sexual behavior factors

From: Experience of sexual coercion and risky sexual behavior among Ugandan university students

  All Male Female
  n % n % n %
Sex       
   Male 633 64.6     
   Female 347 35.4     
Age       
Younger
≤ 23
628 65.6 378 60.6 250 75.1
Older
≥ 24
329 34.4 246 39.4 83 24.9
   Missing (23)      
Educational level of head of household       
   ≤ Primary 235 25.5 414 69.0 274 84.8
   > Primary school 688 74.5 186 31.0 49 15.2
   Missing (57)      
Importance of religion       
   Major role 542 55.9 337 53.8 205 59.8
   Minor role 427 44.1 289 46.2 138 40.2
   Missing (11)      
Trust in others       
   High 544 60.2 348 59.8 196 60.9
   Low 360 39.8 234 40.2 126 39.1
   Missing (76)      
Consumed alcohol on latest occasion of sexual intercourse 2       
   Yes 122 23.9 83 36.7 39 44.3
   No 388 76.1 143 63.3 49 55.7
   Missing (22)      
Mental health       
   High score 468 49.7 297 49.0 171 51.0
   Low score 473 50.3 309 51.0 164 49.0
   Missing (39)      
Experience of sexual coercion       
   Yes 246 31.1 153 29.9 93 33.1
   No 546 68.9 358 70.1 188 66.9
   Missing (188)      
Previously had sex       
   Yes 532 59.0 376 62.9 156 51.3
   No 370 41.0 222 37.1 148 48.7
   Missing (78)      
Age at sexual debut       
   ≤ 18 = low 262 51.2 199 55.0 63 42.0
   > 18 = high 250 48.8 163 45.0 87 58.0
   Missing (20)      
Number of lifetime sexual partners 1       
   1-2 = low 293 61.0 180 54.1 113 76.9
   ≥ 3 = high 187 39.0 153 45.9 34 23.1
   Missing (52)      
Condom use at latest occasion of sexual intercourse 1       
   Consistent 424 82.7 306 85.2 118 76.6
   Inconsistent 89 17.3 53 14.8 36 23.4
   Missing (19)      
  1. 1Only analyzed among individuals who had had sexual intercourse
  2. 2 Only analyzed among individuals who drank alcohol