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Table 2 Individual-level demographic characteristics associated with experiencing IPV or coercion

From: Actor-partner effects associated with experiencing intimate partner violence or coercion among male couples enrolled in an HIV prevention trial

  Total (N = 190) No experienced IPV (N = 176) Experienced IPV (N = 14) p-value* No experienced coercion (N = 178) Experienced coercion (N = 12) p-value*
  N col% N row% N row%   N row% N row%  
Age, median, IQR (years) 30.0 14.0 30.0 15.0 33.5 12.0 0.01 30.0 15.0 28.0 15.0 0.406
Race/ethnicity        0.20      0.07
  Black/African American 137 74% 129 94% 8 6%   126 92% 11 8%  
  Other 49 26% 43 88% 6 12%   49 100% 0 0%  
Education        0.004      0.48
  Some education post-high school 98 52% 96 98% 2 2%   93 95% 5 5%  
  High school, GED, or less 92 48% 80 87% 12 13%   85 92% 7 8%  
Sexual orientation        1.00      0.36
  Homosexual/gay 116 63% 108 93% 8 7%   110 95% 6 5%  
  Bisexual/other 68 37% 63 93% 5 7%   62 91% 6 9%  
Serostatus        1.00      1.00
  HIV positive 20 11% 19 95% 1 5%   19 95% 1 5%  
  HIV negative 170 89% 157 92% 13 8%   159 94% 11 6%  
UAI with an outside (and concurrent with main) partner in past 3 months        1.00      0.46
  Yes 38 21% 36 95% 2 5%   37 97% 1 3%  
  No 145 79% 135 93% 10 7%   135 93% 10 7%  
Agreements about sex outside the relationship        0.12      0.42
  Monogamy 105 56% 100 95% 5 5%   97 92% 8 8%  
  Other (Outside sex, no agreement) 84 44% 75 89% 9 11%   80 95% 4 5%  
  1. *Two-sided p-values from Chi-square tests or Fisher’s Exacts tests (categorical variables) or Median two-sample tests (continuous variables).
  2. Cells may not add to total due to missing values.
  3. GED: general educational development; IPV: intimate partner violence; IQR: interquartile range; UAI: unprotected anal intercourse.