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Table 1 Descriptive statistics

From: Validity and reliability of the Neilands sexual stigma scale among Kenyan gay, bisexual, and other men who have sex with men

  Total N = 871 EFA Sample N = 435 CFA Sample N = 436 Nairobi N = 550 Coastal Kenya N = 321
Sitea
 Nairobi 550 275 275 550  
 Coastal Kenya 321 160 161   321
Age (mean, range) 27.1, 18–64 27.0, 18–55 27.1, 18–64 27.5, 18–64 26.4, 18–49
Married 59 (7%) 26 (6%) 33 (8%) 47 (9%) 12 (3%)
Religion
  Muslim 119 (14%) 70 (16%) 49 (11%) 50 (9%) 69 (22%)
  Catholic 225 (26%) 108 (25%) 117 (27%) 142 (26%) 83 (26%)
  Protestant 397 (46%) 204 (47%) 193 (44%) 307 (56%) 90 (28%)
  None 91 (10%) 41 (9%) 50 (12%) 18 (3%) 73 (23%)
  Other 39 (4%) 12 (3%) 27 (6%) 33 (6%) 4 (1%)
Education
  Less than primary to some secondary 323 (37%) 161 (37%) 162 (37%) 142 (26%) 179 (56%)
  Completed secondary 289 (33%) 154 (36%) 135 (31%) 182 (33%) 107 (33%)
  Some or completed higher education 259 (30%) 119 (27%) 140 (32%) 224 (41%) 35 (11%)
Transactional Sex 466 (54%) 241 (55%) 225 (51%) 383 (75%) 83 (42%)
HIV positive 258 (30%) 141 (32%) 117 (27%) 226 (41%) 32 (11%)
  1. aSample distribution was restricted by site