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Table 4 HIV testing and HIV status: Weighted frequencies for trans people in Ontario, Canada

From: High heterogeneity of HIV-related sexual risk among transgender people in Ontario, Canada: a province-wide respondent-driven sampling survey

  All trans people n = 433 Female-to-Male spectrum n = 227 Male-to-Female spectrum n = 205 Aboriginal n = 35 Non-aboriginal white n = 333 Non-aboriginal racialized n = 62
  % % % 95% CI % 95% CI % 95% CI % 95% CI % 95% CI
HIV testing             
     < 6 mos ago 9 (5, 13) 5 (2, 9) 16 (8, 23) 8 (0, 20) 10 (5, 14) 4 (0, 9)
     6 mos to  < 1 yr ago 11 (7, 17) 11 (5, 19) 11 (5, 19) 34 (13, 67) 8 (3, 12) 13 (4, 36)
     1 yr to  < 2 yrs ago 14 (9, 19) 15 (8, 21) 14 (6, 21) 22 (0, 41) 15 (9, 20) 5 (0, 12)
     2+ yrs ago  19 (14, 26) 19 (11, 26) 18 (11, 29) 22 (7, 44) 23 (18, 34) 10 (3, 20)
     Never HIV tested  46 (38, 55) 51 (40, 63) 42 (31, 54) 15 (3, 36) 44 (35, 54) 67 (46, 81)
Self-reported HIV status             
     Positive  2 (0, 2) 0.6 (−−, --) 3 (0, 5) 17 (0, 28) 2 (0, 2) 3 (−−-, --)
     Negative  75 (70, 83) 77 (68, 87) 72 (64, 86) 50 (32, 89) 74 (69, 84) 71 (63, 94)
     Unsure  23 (16, 29) 21 (13, 32) 25 (15, 35) 24 (1, 55) 24 (15, 30) 23 (6, 37)
     Rather not say  0.6 (0, 0.9) 0.8 (0, 2) 0.2 (0, 0.4) 9 (0, 17) 0.3 (0, 0.4) 3 (−−-, --)