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Table 1 Predictors of high Zika knowledge among U.S. travelers (N = 1043)

From: Zika knowledge and prevention practices among U.S. travelers: a large cross-sectional survey study

Characteristic Model 1 Model 2 Model 3
OR 95% CI OR 95% CI OR 95% CI
Visited Zika endemic country in last year
 No 1   1   1  
 Yes 1.42* (1.11–1.82) 1.38* (1.07–1.76) 1.48* (1.14–1.93)
Gender
 Male    1   1  
 Female    1.47* (1.13–1.93) 1.44* (1.08–1.92)
Purpose of travel
 Business/ Leisure      1  
 Vacation      0.82 (0.57–1.18)
Age, years
 18–29      1  
 30–39      0.85 (0.61–1.17)
 40–49      0.69 (0.45–1.04)
 50–59      0.59* (0.36–0.96)
 60–69      0.81 (0.45–1.46)
 70+      0.84 (0.37–1.91)
Race
 Caucasian      1  
 African American      0.58* (0.38–0.88)
 Other      1.16 (0.80–1.68)
Education
 Less than high school graduate      1  
 High school graduate      1.19 (0.34–4.17)
 Some college or associate degree      1.71 (0.50–5.86)
 College graduate/bachelor’s degree      1.66 (0.48–5.66)
Annual household income, US $
 Less than 15,000      1  
 15,000–24,999      1.21 (0.54–2.70)
 25,000–34,999      1.40 (0.67–2.91)
 35,000–49,999      1.36 (0.68–2.75)
 50,000–74,999      2.18* (1.12–4.26)
 75,000–99,999      1.42 (0.71–2.84)
 100,000 or more      2.27* (1.15–4.47)
  1. *Indicates significant finding at an a priori α value of 0.05