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Table 8 Sample characteristics IDHS 2002/2003–2017

From: Progress towards reducing sociodemographic disparities in breastfeeding outcomes in Indonesia: a trend analysis from 2002 to 2017

Variable Women with children aged 0–23 months
(n = 26,050)
2002/2003
(%)
2007
(%)
2012
(%)
2017
(%)
Pooled data 2002/2003–2017 (%)
External environment
 Region
  Sumatra 22.99 22.65 22.64 23.3 22.89
  Java & Bali 56.31 54.79 55.92 56.47 55.86
  Kalimantan 6.91 6.35 6.53 5.9 6.41
  Sulawesi 8.92 8.34 7.76 7.32 8.06
  Eastern Indonesia 4.87 7.86 7.14 7.01 6.78
 Type of residence
  Rural 52.98 58.19 50.44 51.11 53.14
  Urban 47.02 41.81 49.56 48.89 46.86
Maternal characteristics
 Education status
  No education/incomplete primary 17.2 12.62 8.71 6.03 10.93
  Primary/incomplete secondary 54.54 54.97 50.26 46.2 51.37
  Secondary+ 28.26 32.42 41.02 47.77 37.7
 Occupation status
  Unemployed 66.29 58.32 54.81 56.64 58.76
  Employee: professional, managerial, clerical 4.74 5.86 9.64 11.3 8.01
  Employee: others 9.31 11.33 11.53 11.04 10.85
  Self-employed/work for family 19.66 24.49 24.03 21.01 22.38
 Wealth
  Poorest 22.19 21.04 20 19.38 20.6
  Poorer 18.95 18.48 21.41 20.25 19.82
  Middle 19.76 20.83 19.56 19.96 20.03
  Richer 20.03 20.32 20.34 21.19 20.48
  Richest 19.07 19.33 18.68 19.22 19.07