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Table 3 AIDS knowledge by selected socio-economic variables

From: Socio-economic factors explain differences in public health-related variables among women in Bangladesh: A cross-sectional study

Characteristics   Unadjusted comparison Multiple logistic regression
   N (% yes) P OR 95% CI P
Slum Non-slum 480 (82.3) 0.001 1.00   
  Slum 120 (69.2)   0.70 0.40–1.12 0.125
Place of residence Town/city 169 (95.3)   1.00   
  Country side 431 (73.5) <0.001 0.20 0.09–0.43 <0.001
Composite variable of household characteristics Poor 169 (63.9)   1.00   
  Not-poor 428 (85.7) <0.001 1.51 0.93–2.46 0.099
Composite variable of mass media access Not at all 114 (50.9)   1.00   
  At least one media 485 (86.4) <0.001 3.46 2.13–5.63 <0.001
Education No education 199 (62.8)   1.00   
  1–5 years education 173 (80.3) <0.001 2.15 1.27–3.62 0.004
  6+ years education 228 (93.9) <0.001 5.42 2.77–10.60 <0.001
  1. Percentage of reporting ever heard about AIDS