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Table 5 Univariate and multivariate characteristics of likely Alcohol Use Disorder (AUD) (Prediction 64.1%)

From: Prevalence of alcohol consumption and alcohol use disorders among outdoor drinkers in public open places in Nigeria

  Univariate Analysis    Multivariate Analysis
Demography/ Likely AUD X2 P Likely AUD
Clinical Variable Yes   No      95% CI   
  n % N %    OR Lower Upper P
Age           
  < 25 32 25.2 95 74.8 20.9 0.001BS   Adjusted   
 25–34 108 34.8 202 65.2       
 35–44 142 43.3 186 56.7       
 45–54 99 44.2 125 55.8       
 55–64 47 48.0 51 52.0       
  > 64 14 43.8 18 56.3       
Gender           
 Male 371 44.9 455 55.1 38.7 <  0.001   Adjusted   
 Female 71 24.2 222 75.8       
Religion           
 Christianity 433 42.9 577 57.1 49.3 <  0.001 1    
 Islam 9 8.3 100 91.7    0.13 0.06 0.26 <  0.001
Ethnicity           
 Igbo 111 43.5 144 56.5 7.3 0.1   NA*   
 Yoruba 210 37.8 346 62.2       
 Middle Belt 97 37.7 160 62.3       
 Hausa 11 36.7 19 63.3       
 Minorities 13 61.9 8 38.1       
Years of Education           
 None 114 45.1 139 54.9 5.0 0.2   NA*   
 1–6 196 39.0 306 61.0       
 7–12 105 36.7 181 63.3       
  > 12 27 34.6 51 65.4       
Marital Status           
 Married 259 40.9 375 59.1 1.2 0.3   NA*   
 Unmarried 182 37.6 302 62.4       
Employment           
 In Employment 396 41.4 561 58.6 9.8 0.002 1    
 Unemployed 46 28.4 116 71.6    1.30 0.86 1.96 0.4
Residence           
 Urban 107 34.7 201 65.3 13.5 0.001BS 1    
 Semi-urban 108 34.6 204 65.4    0.96 0.68 1.40 0.8
 Rural 227 45.5 272 64.5    1.84 1.34 2.53 < 0.001
Current Smoking           
 No 133 32.9 271 67.1 11.6 0.001 1    < 0.001
 Yes 309 43.3 405 56.7    1.81 1.37 2.40  
  1. *NA: Not included in the regression equation because of lack of significant associations between these variables and Likely Alcohol Use Disorder (AUD) during univariate analysis; BS: Bonferonni Significant