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Table 2 Demographic determinants of condom use among childbearing women in Southwestern and North Central Nigeria

From: Determinants of condom use among parous women in North Central and South Western Nigeria: a cross-sectional survey

Variables All women n = 1213 p value
Yes n (%) No n (%)
State
 Ekiti 65 (16.3) 335 (83.8) 0.013
 Ondo 39 (9.7) 363 (90.3)  
 Nasarawa 64 (15.6) 347 (84.4)  
Age groups
 20 and below 5 (7.2) 64 (92.8) 0.002
 21–25 31 (13.0) 208 (87.0)  
 26–30 68 (18.3) 303 (81.7)  
 31–35 45 (16.3) 231 (83.7)  
 36–40 14 (7.4) 175 (92.6)  
 40 and above 5 (7.2) 64 (92.8)  
Marital status
 Currently married 159 (13.7) 1004 (86.3) 0.678
 Formerly married 2 (16.7) 10 (83.3)  
 Never married 7 (18.4) 31 (81.6)  
Residence
 Urban 72 (18.8) 312 (81.3) < 0.001
 Peri-urban 65 (19.6) 266 (80.4)  
 Rural area 31 (6.2) 467 (93.8)  
Religion
 Christianity 140 (15.0) 793 (85.0) 0.088
 Islam 28 (10.1) 248 (89.9)  
 Traditional 0 (0.0) 4 (100.0)  
 Level of education
No formal education 3 (3.2) 90 (96.8) < 0.001
 Primary education 24 (11.6) 183 (88.4)  
 Secondary education 76 (13.3) 496 (86.7)  
 Tertiary education 65 (19.2) 274 (80.8)  
Levels of income
 No income 67 (19.8) 271 (80.2) 0.001
 Below 20,000 Naira 79 (11.4) 614 (88.6)  
 Above 20,000 Naira 22 (14.1) 134 (85.9)  
Socioeconomic status
 Low 25 (12.4) 176 (87.6) 0.043
 Middle 76 (12.4) 535 (87.6)  
 High 67 (17.9) 307 (82.1)  
Availability of health care facility in resident community
 Yes 157 (15.0) 891 (85.0) 0.004
 No 11 (6.7) 154 (93.3)