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Table 1 Demographics of the control and intervention survey participants (family planning clients), N, %

From: A mixed-methods evaluation of the impact of a person-centered family planning intervention for community health workers on family planning outcomes in India

  Intervention Control Total
  No. % No. % No. %
Age group*
 18–24 154 28.4 177 32.7 331 30.5
 25–29 189 34.9 227 41.9 416 38.4
 30–34 102 18.8 99 18.3 201 18.5
 35 and over 97 17.9 39 7.2 136 12.5
Education*
 Illiterate/No school/Primary 236 43.5 199 36.7 435 40.1
 Post-primary/vocational/Secondary 88 16.2 121 22.3 209 19.3
 College or above 171 31.5 188 34.7 359 33.1
 still in school 47 8.7 34 6.3 81 7.5
Occupation
 Working 29 5.4 38 7 67 6.2
 Homemaker 513 94.6 504 93 1017.00 93.8
Caste group*
 SC/ST 99 18.3 137 25.3 236 21.8
 Other Backwards Castes 381 70.3 317 58.6 698 64.5
 General 62 11.4 87 16.1 149 13.8
What is your religion*
 Hindu 388 71.6 498 92.1 886 81.8
 Muslim 154 28.4 43 7.9 197 18.2
Desire More Children*
 No 310 58.5 257 48.2 567 53.3
 Yes 220 41.5 276 51.8 496 46.7
Adopted a method at 3 months
 No 335 51 292 50.2 627 50.6
 Yes 322 49 290 49.8 612 49.4
  1. *significant at the p < 0.05 level difference between control and intervention
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