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Table 3 Dyad-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 = 95) No experienced IPV (N = 81) Experienced IPV (N = 14) p-value* No experienced coercion (N = 84) Experienced coercion (N = 11) p-value*
  N col% N row% N row%   N row% N row%  
Duration of relationship with main partner, median, IQR (months) (average reported by both partners) 14.0 17.3 13.4 16.0 22.1 21.7 0.08 13.9 17.0 14.4 24.5 0.35
UAI with main partner in past year (reported by either partner)        0.53      0.73
  Yes 58 65% 48 83% 10 17%   52 90% 6 10%  
  No 31 35% 28 90% 3 10%   27 87% 4 13%  
Difference in age, median, IQR (years) 4.0 6.0 4.0 6.0 4.5 4.0 0.97 4.0 5.5 6.0 6.0 0.02
Difference in education        0.34      1.00
  Report same 69 73% 57 83% 12 17%   61 88% 8 12%  
  Report different 26 27% 24 92% 2 8%   23 88% 3 12%  
Difference in race        1.00      0.67
  Report same (both black, white, other) 76 84% 64 84% 12 16%   68 89% 8 11%  
  Report different 15 16% 13 87% 2 13%   13 87% 2 13%  
Difference in orientation        0.35      1.00
  Report same 56 63% 50 89% 6 11%   49 88% 7 13%  
  Report different 33 37% 27 82% 6 18%   29 88% 4 12%  
Difference in agreements        0.80      0.46
  Report same 50 53% 43 86% 7 14%   43 86% 7 14%  
  Report different 44 47% 37 84% 7 16%   40 91% 4 9%  
  1. Cells may not add to total due to missing values.
  2. IPV: intimate partner violence; IQR: interquartile range; UAI: unprotected anal intercourse.
  3. *Two-sided p-values from Chi-square tests or Fisher’s Exacts tests (categorical variables) or Median two-sample tests (continuous variables).