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Table 3 Variations in modern contraceptive prevalence rate (%) among currently married women aged 15–49 years by selected background characteristics in Punjab and Manipur, 2015–16

From: Comparative analysis of contraceptive use in Punjab and Manipur: exploring beyond women’s education and empowerment

  Punjab Manipur
Age of women
 15–24 years 36.9 6.8
 25–34 years 63.4 14.8
 35–49 years 75.5 12.7
Parity
 0 child 10.5 0.8
 1 child 55.2 7.3
 2 children 75.2 15.3
 3 + children 79.6 16.9
Desire for more children
 No 73.7 15.4
 Yes 37.6 7.3
Years of schooling
 No schooling 75.8 12.5
  < 10 years 66.0 13.5
 10–12 years 61.8 13.4
 12 + years 58.5 9.2
Women autonomy
 Low 55.7 10.1
 Medium 70.2 13.8
 High 66.9 14.9
Currently working
 No 62.6 11.9
 Yes 65.4 14.7
Place of residence
 Urban 65.3 12.9
 Rural 67.1 12.6
Household wealth index
 Poor 68.1 12.6
 Middle 70.4 13.6
 Rich 65.8 11.9
Religion
 Hindu 64.6 12.8
 Non-Hindu 67.3 12.6
Caste
 Scheduled Caste 68.0 12.9
 Scheduled Tribes 44.7 11.4
 Other Backward Class 64.5 12.0
 Others 65.8 14.0
Husband migration status
 Living together 68.0 13.0
 Staying elsewhere 30.4 6.4