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Table 2 Percent distribution of sexually active men by utilization of modern contraceptive methods in Uganda

From: Modern contraceptive use among sexually active men in Uganda: does discussion with a health worker matter?

Used modern contraceptives to prevent pregnancy
Variables No (%) Yes (%) Total p-value
Age groups     0.000
15-24 56.0 44.0 404  
25-34 69.5 30.5 650  
35-44 72.3 27.7 446  
45+ 71.3 28.7 261  
Residence     0.000
Rural 70.7 29.3 1398  
Urban 54.6 45.4 364  
Region     0.000
Kampala 51.3 48.7 179  
Central 1 67.9 32.1 176  
Central 2 55.8 44.2 205  
East central 68.2 31.8 196  
Eastern 72.6 27.4 230  
North 65.5 34.5 168  
Karamoja 75.9 24.1 53  
West-Nile 77.1 22.9 103  
Western 66.4 33.6 243  
Southwest 81.3 18.7 209  
In union     0.000
Never 44.9 55.1 336  
Currently 74.5 25.5 1332  
Formerly 47.3 52.7 94  
Education level     0.000
None 84.7 15.3 94  
Primary 71.1 28.9 1049  
Secondary or higher 58.4 41.6 619  
Wealth index     0.000
Poorest 79.6 20.4 300  
Poorer 76.8 23.2 329  
Middle 72.1 27.9 329  
Richer 58.8 41.2 383  
Richest 55.5 44.5 421  
Currently working     0.878
No 66.5 33.5 77  
Yes 67.4 32.6 1685  
Children surviving 53.7 46.3 403 0.000
None     
1-4 68.9 31.1 723  
5+ 74.4 25.6 636  
Fertility preference 76.1 23.9 835 0.000
Have another     
Undecided 75.4 24.6 36  
No more 72.8 27.2 435  
No partner/infertile/sterilized 45.7 54.3 456  
Total 67.4 32.6 1762  
Contraception is a woman’s business     0.631
Disagree 67.4 32.6 1407  
Agree 65.8 34.2 316  
Women who use contraception become promiscuous 0.722     
Disagree 67.1 32.9 1055  
Agree 67.2 32.8 568  
Don’t know 70.9 29.1 139  
Discussed family planning with health worker     0.002
No 69.0 31.0 1519  
Yes 57.6 42.4 243  
Total 67.4 32.6 1762