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Table 3 Odds ratios (OR) and 95 % confidence Intervals for the probability of accepting child circumcision

From: Factors associated with acceptability of child circumcision in Botswana -- a cross sectional survey

Variables Model I (Unadjusted ORs) Model II (Adjusted ORs)
OR (95 % CI) p-value OR (95 % CI) p-value
Socio-demographics
 Sex
  Male 1.00   1.00  
  Female 1.18 (1.02–1.38) 0.023 0.83 (0.55–1.25) 0.998
 Age
  15–24 0.66 (0.45–0.97) 0.033 0.72 (0.67–0.77) 0.000
  25–34 0.64 (0.44–0.93) 0.020 1.34 (1.25–1.43) 0.000
  35–44 0.99 (0.68–1.48) 0.998 1.41 (1.31–1.50) 0.000
  45–54 1.33 (0.86–2.04) 0.198 1.31 (1.21–1.41) 0.000
  55–64 1.00   1.00  
 Education
  Primary/less 1.00   1.00  
  Secondary 0.62 (0.19–2.03) 0.425 0.60 (0.17–2.01) 0.422
  Tertiary/higher 0.97 (0.29–3.21) 0.961 0.93 (0.26–3.19) 0.951
 Place of residence
  Urban 1.00   1.00  
  Rural 0.76 (0.65–0.89) 0.001 0.96 (0.93–0.99) 0.027
 Religion
  Christianity 1.55 (1.22–1.97) 0.000 2.36 (2.27–2.45) 0.000
  Other non-Christian 1.63 (1.05–2.54) 0.030 3.10 (2.91–3.31 0.000
  No religion 1.00   1.00  
Behavioural factors
 HIV status
  Negative    1.00  
  Positive    3.51 (3.34–3.69) 0.000
 Men’s circumcision status
  Circumcised    3.69 (3.58–3.81) 0.000
  Uncircumcised    1.00  
 Men’s Intention to circumcise?
  Yes    9.32 (9.02–9.64)  
  No    1.00  
 Knowledge safe male circumcision program about circumcision
  Yes    0.85 (0.79–0.89) 0.000
  No    1.00