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Table 1 Bivariate analysis of participants’ general characteristics and influenza vaccination uptake during the 2017/18 influenza season

From: Determinants of influenza vaccine uptake and willingness to be vaccinated by pharmacists among the active adult population in Hungary: a cross-sectional exploratory study

Variable Vaccination status Statistical test p-value
Yes (n = 200) No (n = 1431) Total
Number (Row %) Number (Row %) Number (Col.%)
Age (years)
 (mean ± SD) 37.5 ± 11.2 33.2 ± 10.5 33.7 ± 10.7 Welch’s two Sample t-test < 0.001
Sex
 Male 50 (16.1) 260 (83.9) 310 (19.0) Pearson’s Chi-square test 0.0214
 Female 150 (11.4) 1170 (88.6) 1320 (80.9)
N/A 0 (00.0) 1 (100) 1 (00.0)  
Type of residence
 Village 33 (13.3) 225 (86.8) 258 (15.8) Pearson’s Chi-square test 0.7587
 City 166 (12.1) 1205 (87.9) 1371 (84.1)  
N/A 1(0.5) 1 (0.5) 2 (0.1)  
Educational level
 Primary 4
(15.4)
22
(84.6)
26
(1.6)
Fisher’s exact test for count data 0.0146
 Secondary 87
(10.1)
772
(89.9)
859
(52.7)
 Tertiary 109
(14.7)
635
(85.4)
744
(45.6)
N/A 0
(0.0)
2
(100)
2
(0.1)
 
Occupational risk factor a
 Yes 88(17.2) 424(82.8) 512(31.4) Pearson’s Chi-square test < 0.001
 No 112(10.1) 1002(89.9) 1114(68.3)
N/A 0(0.0) 5(100) 5(0.3)
Health risk factor b
 Yes 95(15.1) 536(84.9) 631(38.7) Pearson’s Chi-square test 0.0063
 No 105(10.5) 895(89.5) 1000(61.3)
Knowledge (N = 1609)
 (mean ± SD) 85.4 ± 9.7 70.7 ± 15.1 72.5 ± 15.3 Welch’s two Sample t-test < 0.001
  1. aOccupational risk factors include participants who have at least one of the following statuses: students in the health care field; work in health care services; social institution/long care term facility; nursery school/kindergarten; livestock or animal transfer (swine, poultry, horse); poultry processing or abattoir; work with immigrants/foreign people
  2. bHealth risk factors include participants who had at least one of the following conditions in the previous year: heart failure; coronary artery disease; chronic pulmonary disease; immune disease; taking immunosuppressive drugs; inflammatory bowel disease; chronic liver disease; chronic kidney disease; pregnancy/planning pregnancy; disabled (physically); smoker