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Table 3 Association between potential factors and the acceptability of the Woman’s Condom

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

Fixed effects Estimate (SE) t p value
Intercept 56.43 (2.03) 27.74 < 0.01
Between-groups effects
 Residence
  Beijing Reference   
  Chongqing −4.99 (1.13) −4.42 < 0.01
  Shanghai 3.05 (1.11) 2.76 < 0.01
 Marital status
  Married and live together Reference   
  Married but do not live together 0.98 (3.10) 0.32 0.75
  Unmarried and do not live together 6.50 (2.91) 2.23 0.03
  Unmarried but live together −5.37 (3.10) −1.73 0.08
Between-individuals effects
 Gender
  Male Reference   
  Female −1.69 (0.22) −7.55 < 0.01
 Educational attainment
  Junior or below Reference   
  High school −1.43 (1.10) −1.30 0.19
  Three-year college −1.62 (1.15) −1.41 0.16
  Bachelor degree or above −2.30 (1.19) −1.94 0.05
 Occupation
  Unemployed or self-employed Reference   
  Workers/salespeople 0.91 (0.56) 1.64 0.10
  Education, health and civil staff 1.50 (0.51) 2.92 < 0.01
  Others 0.51 (0.73) 0.70 0.48
 Adverse effects from the Woman’s Condom
  Yes Reference   
  No 3.07 (1.45) 2.11 0.04
Within-individuals effect
 Practice time
  The first time Reference   
  The fourth time 1.09 (0.20) 5.54 < 0.01
Random effects Estimate (SE) z p value
 Level 3 (VAR (int)) 168.13 (8.46) 19.87 < 0.01
 Level 2 (SP (EXP)) 0.33 (0.07) 4.92 < 0.01
 Level 1 (Residual) 35.35 (1.07) 33.18 < 0.01
  1. Abbreviations: SE Standard Error