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Table 1 Socio-demographic characteristics of married women related to long-acting family planning utilization in Aneded district, Ethiopia, 2018 (n = 435)

From: Determinants of long-acting contraceptive utilization among married women of reproductive age in Aneded district, Ethiopia: a case–control study

Factors Category Case Control Total
N (%) N (%) N (%)
Age of respondents 15–24 25 (17.2) 58 (20) 83 (19.1)
25–29 28 (19.3) 128 (44.1) 156 (35.9)
30–34 23 (15.9) 46 (15.9) 69 (15.9)
35–39 51 (35.2) 44 (15.2) 95 (21.8)
40–49 18 (12.4) 14 (4.8) 32 (7.4)
Religion of respondents Orthodox 130 (89.7) 259 (89.3) 389 (89.4)
Islam 15 (10.3) 31 (10.7) 46 (10.6)
Educational level of respondents Cannot read and write 62 (42.8) 195 (67.2) 257 (59.1)
Can read and write but have no formal education 4 (2.8) 9 (3.1) 13 (3)
Primary (1–8) 79 (54.5) 86 (29.7) 165 (37.9)
Husband educational level Cannot read and write 104 (71.7) 205 (70.7) 309 (71)
Can read and write but have no formal education 27 (18.6) 63 (21.7) 90 (20.7)
Primary (1–8) 14 (9.7) 22 (7.6) 36 (8.3)
Occupation of respondents Housewife 136 (93.8) 271 (93.4) 407 (93.6)
Merchant 9 (6.2) 19 (6.6) 28 (6.4)
Husband occupation Farmer 134 (92.4) 265 (91.4) 399 (91.7)
Merchant 9 (6.2) 15 (5.2) 24 (5.5)
Government employee 2 (1.4) 10 (3.4) 12 (2.8)
Family monthly income in Ethiopian birr < 929 37 (25.5) 48 (16.6) 85 (19.5)
930–1300 33 (22.8) 81 (27.9) 114 (26.2)
1301–1450 18 (12.4) 46 (15.9) 64 (14.7)
1451–1700 30 (20.7) 60 (20.7) 90 (20.7)
> 1700 27 (18.6) 55 (19) 82 (18.9)