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Table 2 Demographic characteristics of the study respondents (n = 424)

From: Determinants of Cervical screening services uptake among 18–49 year old women seeking services at the Jaramogi Oginga Odinga Teaching and Referral Hospital, Kisumu, Kenya

Characteristic   Screened Not screened P
No. of participants   74 350 N/A
Age (Years)   29.0 (11.0) 26.0 (10.0) <0.0001 a
Marital status Married 55 (74.3) 246 (70.3) 0.132b
  Single 18 (24.3) 71 (20.3)
  Divorced/Separated 0 (0.0) 4 (1.1)
  Widowed 1 (1.4) 29 (8.3)
Occupation/Source of income White-collared 33 (44.6) 72 (20.5) <0.0001 b
  Farming 4 (5.4) 22 (6.3)
  Unskilled work 0 (0.0) 18 (5.1)
  Daily wages 10 (13.5) 21 (6.0)
  Business 10 (13.5) 37 (10.6)
  Others 17 (23.0) 180 (51.5)
Monthly income <5,000 44 (59.5) 272 (77.7) 0.005 b
  5001-9,999 12 (16.2) 41 (11.7)
  10,000–14,999 16 (21.6) 31 (8.8)
  Don’t know 2 (2.7) 6 (1.8)
Level of education No formal education 0 (0.0) 29 (8.3) <0.0001 b
  Primary 18 (24.3) 176 (50.3)
  Secondary 35 (47.3) 96 (27.4)
  Colleges 21 (28.4) 49 (14.0)
  1. Data are numbers (proportions). aStatistical significance determined by Mann–Whitney U test. Age is in median years (interquartile range). bStatistical significance determined by Chi-square analysis. Values in bold are statistically significant at P ≤ 0.05.