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Table 1 The descriptive statistics of potential factors with the Woman’s Condom among selected migrants

From: Short-term acceptability of the Woman’s Condom and influencing factors among internal migrants in China

Between-individuals effects N (%)
 Age (years) 34.79 ± 6.59
 Gender
  Male 900 (50.00)
  Female 900 (50.00)
 Ethnicity
  Han Chinese 1754 (97.66)
  Others 42 (2.34)
 Education
  Junior or below 94 (5.25)
  High school 284 (15.85)
  Three-year college 554 (30.91)
  Bachelor degree or above 860 (47.99)
 Occupation
  Unemployed or self-employed 312 (17.33)
  Workers/salespeople 378 (21.01)
  Education, health and civil staff 915 (50.83)
  Others 195 (10.83)
Between-groups effects N (%)
 Residence
  Beijing 600 (33.33)
  Chongqing 600 (33.33)
  Shanghai 600 (33.34)
 Number of children
  0 396 (22.32)
  1 1280 (72.15)
  ≥ 2 98 (5.52)
 Time being together
  Less than 1 year 188 (10.48)
  1–3 years 316 (17.61)
  Longer than 3 year 1290 (71.91)
 Marital status
  Married and live together 1672 (93.30)
  Married but do not live together 38 (2.12)
  Unmarried and do not live together 38 (2.12)
  Unmarried but live together 44 (2.46)
 Contraception in the last month
  No use 36 (2.00)
  Intrauterine device 258 (14.33)
  Oral contraceptive 444 (24.67)
  Male Condom 972 (54.00)
  Others 90 (5.00)
  1. Abbreviations: N (%) Number of subjects/Percentages, SD Standard deviation