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Table 1 Background characteristics of all subjects and comparisons between CCU and non-CCU subjects

From: Information-Motivation-Behavioral Skills model of consistent condom use among transgender women in Shenyang, China

CharacteristicsAll subjects
(N = 198) (n[%])
Subjects with CCU
(n = 93) (n[%])
Subjects without CCU
(n = 105) (n[%])
P value
Age (years) (mean ± SD) (range)33.5 ± 9.6 (18–62)31.9 ± 9.4 (18–59)34.9 ± 9.6 (18–62)0.030
Educational level   0.005
 Primary school and below15 (7.6)8 (8.6)7 (6.7) 
 Junior high school83 (41.9)27 (29.0)56 (53.3) 
 Senior high school50 (25.3)27 (29.0)23 (21.9) 
 College and above50 (25.3)31 (33.3)19 (18.1) 
Marital status   0.164
 Single153 (77.3)77 (82.8)76 (72.4) 
 Married11 (5.6)5 (5.4)6 (5.7) 
 Divorced34 (17.2)11 (11.8)23 (21.9) 
Monthly income (CNY)   0.525
 ≤ 300046 (23.2)23 (24.7)23 (21.9) 
 3001–600096 (48.5)40 (43.0)56 (53.3) 
 6001–12,00041 (20.7)22 (23.7)19 (18.1) 
 > 12,00015 (7.6)8 (8.6)7 (6.7) 
Length of residence in Shenyang   0.237
 Local residents70 (35.4)31 (33.3)39 (37.1) 
 Living locally ≤1 year19 (9.6)13 (14.0)6 (5.7) 
 Living locally 1–5 years50 (25.3)24 (25.8)26 (24.8) 
 Living locally > 5 years59 (29.8)25 (26.9)34 (32.4) 
CCU93 (47.0)   
 With regular sexual partners (n = 115)52 (26.3)
 With casual sexual partners (n = 117)57 (28.8)
 With transactional sexual partners (n = 170)117 (59.1)
  1. CCU consistent condom use, SD standard deviation
  2. P value < 0.05 was considered significant (in bold)