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Table 2 Odds ratios and 95% confidence intervals from logistic regressions of NCD risk factors among SES groups-NCD survey, 2016

From: Socioeconomic inequalities in non-communicable disease risk factors in Botswana: a cross-sectional study

SES/Wealth status Smoking
AOR CI
Alcohol consumption
AOR CI
Poor fruit and vegetables
AOR CI
Poor physical activity
AOR CI
Overweight/obesity
AOR CI
Lowest 2.85a (1.12–7.27) 0.92 (0.30–2.82) 2.30a (1.06–5.86) 1.73a (1.00–2.99) 1.03 (0.64–1.68)
Second 1.37 (0.55–3.45) 1.59 (0.56–4.50 1.91a (1.01–4.01) 1.62a (1.00–2.67) 1.12 (0.68–1.85)
Middle 1.09 (0.45–2.66) 0.76 (0.30–2.82) 1.74a (1.02–3.36) 1.38 (0.86–2.21) 1.20 (0.71–2.01)
Fourth 1.04 (0.44–2.47) 2.27a (1.53–5.40) 1.43 (0.81–2.55) 1.44a (1.02–2.20) 1.53 (0.87–2.69)
Highest 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00
  1. Note: AOR Adjusted Odd Ratios, CI Confidence Intervals, astatistically significant at 5% level. Adjusted for sex, age, education, work status, marital status and residence. N = 1177