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Table 3 Socioeconomic factors predicting the presence or absence of familial clustering of HCV using univariate logistic regression analysis

From: Risk factors for familial clustering of hepatitis C virus infection in a Chinese Han population: a cross-sectional study

Parameters Familial Clustering OR 95%CI P value
Yes n = 59 (%) No n = 938(%) L U
Marriage    0.690 0.270 1.761 0.435
 Married 54(91.5) 827(88.2)     
 Single 5(8.5) 111(11.8)     
Monthly family income/ person    2.207 1.226 3.975 0.008*
  < 2000 43(72.9) 515(54.9)     
  ≥ 2000 16(27.1) 423(45.1)     
Education
 Illiteracy/Semiliterate 4(6.8) 46(4.9) 1.000    
 Primary school 12(20.3) 115(12.3) 1.200 0.368 3.914 0.762
 Junior school 17(28.8) 254(27.1) 0.770 0.248 2.391 0.651
 High school 13(22.0) 260(27.7) 0.575 0.180 1.841 0.351
 Associate 7(11.9) 130(13.9) 0.619 0.173 2.213 0.461
 College 6(10.2) 116(12.4) 0.595 0.160 2.205 0.437
 Graduate 0(0) 17(1.8) 0.000 0.000 0.998
Occupation    2.087 1.167 3.726 0.013*
 Farming 18(30.5) 163(17.4)     
 Other 41(69.5) 775(82.6)     
Region
 East 14(23.7) 217(23.1) 2.101 0.832 5.305 0.116
 West 10(16.9) 199(21.2) 1.637 0.612 4.380 0.327
 South 14(23.7) 127(13.5) 3.591 1.413 9.127 0.007*
 North 14(23.7) 167(17.8) 2.731 1.078 6.914 0.034*
 Central 7(11.9) 228(24.3) 1.000