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Table 3 Associations between sociodemographic characteristics and support, attitude, perceived social norm and knowledge (multiple linear regression analysis)

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Variables B 95% CI
Support – Direct question
 Gender a .055 -.012–.123
 Age b .002 .000–.005
 Educationd
  Intermediate -.030 -.110–.050
  High -.177* -.266–-.088
Support – Forced-choice question
 Gender a -.141* -.262–-.020
 Age b .003 -.001–.007
 Education d
  Intermediate -.042 -.185–.102
  High -.111 -.271–.049
Personal attitude
 Gender a .124* .051–.196
 Age b .011** .009–.013
 Education d
  Intermediate .008 -.078–.093
  High -.120* -.215–-.024
Collective attitude
 Gender a .059 .000–.118
 Age b .004** .002–.005
 Education d
  Intermediate -.044 -.114–.025
  High -.162** -.240–-.084
Perceived social norm
 Gender a .010 -.046–.066
 Age b .000 -.002–.002
 Education d
  Intermediate -.053 -.120–.014
  High -.065 -.139–.010
Self-rated knowledge
 Gender a .167** .085–.248
 Age b .019** .016–.022
 Education d
  Intermediate .075 -.121–.171
  High .117* .010–.225
Specific multiple-choice knowledge questions
 Gender a -.058 -.168–.051
 Age b -.001 -.004–.003
 Education d
  Intermediate .193* .064–.323
  High .280** .136–.425
  1. aReference group is men
  2. bAge was entered as a continuous variable
  3. dReference group is low education
  4. *Significant at level p < .05
  5. **Significant at level p < .001