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Table 1 Socio-demographic characteristics of the respondents

From: Practicing provider-initiated HIV testing in high prevalence settings: consent concerns and missed preventive opportunities

Characteristics Malindi N = 1847 Mbarali N = 1992 Kapiri Mposhi N = 1850
Residence Urban   Rural   Urban   Rural   Urban   Rural  
  % n % n % n % n % n % n
Age             
   15-19 10.9 (68) 15.5 (187) 12.4 (116) 7.6 (80) 12.1 (111) 11.7 (109)
   20-24 23.9 (149) 16.1 (194) 18.7 (175) 18.4 (195) 18.1 (166) 15.5 (144)
   25-29 21.2 (132) 16.8 (203) 19.9 (186) 20.9 (221) 20.0 (184) 19.5 (182)
   30-39 30.3 (184) 30.6 (369) 32.2 (301) 36.3 (384) 33.2 (302) 32.4 (302)
   40-49 13.8 (88) 21.0 (253) 16.8 (157) 16.7 (177) 16.2 (148) 20.8 (194)
Sex             
   Male 50.6 (318) 50.3 (613) 49.9 (467) 48.9 (517) 43.4 (399) 45.1 (420)
   Female 49.4 (310) 49.7 (606) 50.1 (468) 51.1 (540) 56.6 (520) 54.9 (511)
Marital status             
   Single 28.8 (180) 20.8 (252) 16.8 (157) 10.2 (108) 20.6 (189) 14.9 (139)
   Ever Married 63.1 (394) 74.2 (899) 83.1 (777) 89.6 (947) 70.6 (647) 75.5 (703)
Yrs of Educ             
   0 yrs 7.8 (49) 29.8 (363) 10.9 (102) 10.8 (114) 3.9 (36) 7.5 (70)
   1-4 yrs 11.9 (75) 15.6 (190) 7.2 (67) 6.5 (69) 7.3 (67) 19.1 (178)
   5-8 yrs 32.2 (202) 38.2 (466) 72.3 (676) 76.2 (805) 44.0 (404) 50.8 (473)
   9-10 yrs 14.6 (92) 9.0 (110) 4.2 (39) 2.0 (21) 23.4 (215) 15.7 (146)
   >11yrs 33.4 (210) 7.4 (90) 5.5 (51) 4.5 (48) 21.4 (197) 6.9 (64)
  1. *Differences were calculated using Pearson chi square test