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Table 2 Factors associated with consistent condom use among high-risk MSM with different sex partner types in China, 2015 (N = 1057)

From: Condom use social norms and self-efficacy with different kinds of male partners among Chinese men who have sex with men: results from an online survey

Variables Both typesa Regulara Casuala
Crude model Adjusted model Crude model Adjusted model b Crude model Adjusted modelb
OR (95% CI) OR (95% CI) OR (95% CI) OR (95% CI) OR (95% CI) OR (95% CI)
Student
 Yes Ref. Ref. Ref. Ref. Ref. Ref.
 No 1.04(0.71–1.51) 1.06(0.66–1.71) 0.93(0.63–1.38) 0.82(0.5–1.34) 1.23(0.83–1.84) 1.14(0.7–1.87)
Sexual orientation
 Gay 0.53(0.23–1.26) 0.52(0.22–1.24) 0.59(0.24–1.41) 0.60(0.25–1.45) 1.47(0.46–4.71) 1.46(0.45–4.73)
 Bisexual 0.84(0.35–2.06) 0.86(0.35–2.1) 0.66(0.26–1.67) 0.68(0.27–1.72) 1.64(0.5–5.43) 1.65(0.5–5.49)
 Unsure/other Ref. Ref. Ref. Ref. Ref. Ref.
Education
 High school or below 1.1(0.41–2.96) 1.09(0.4–2.98) 0.81(0.31–2.08) 0.83(0.31–2.2) 0.55(0.22–1.37) 0.58(0.23–1.47)
 Some college 1.98(0.74–5.27) 1.97(0.73–5.31) 1.44(0.57–3.68) 1.48(0.57–3.84) 1.02(0.41–2.52) 1.04(0.41–2.58)
 College/Bachelors 1.15(0.43–3.07) 1.11(0.41–2.98) 0.83(0.33–2.11) 0.84(0.32–2.17) 1.04(0.43–2.54) 1.05(0.43–2.59)
Masters or PhD Ref. Ref. Ref. Ref. Ref. Ref.
 Social norms 1.61(0.98–2.64)* 1.59(0.97-2.60)* 1.59(1.20-2.09)* 1.58(1.19-2.09)* 1.49(1.14-1.95)* 1.48(1.13-1.95)*
 Self-efficacy 2.92(1.62–5.25)* 2.88(1.59-5.22)* 2.36(1.70-3.26)* 2.35(1.69-3.26)* 2.50(1.85-3.37)* 2.45(1.81-3.32)*
  1. *p < 0.01
  2. aAdjusted model was adjusted for age(continuous),income and marital status