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Table 3 Logistic regression of attitude with socio-demographic status of the study participants in North Gondar District blood bank, North west Ethiopia

From: Blood donors’ knowledge and attitude towards blood donation at North Gondar district blood bank, Northwest Ethiopia: a cross-sectional study

Attitude assessment itemsAttitude statusCOR (95%CI)AOR (95%CI)
GoodPoor
Age (years)
 18–23206 (97.2%)6 (2.8%)4.7 (1.67, 13.03)0.9 (0.17, 5.11)
 24–3092 (94.8%)5 (5.2%)2.5 (0.83, 7.5)1.2 (0.32, 4.25)
 > 3081 (88.0%)11 (12.0%)11
Gender
 Male238 (91.9%)21 (8.1%)
 Female141 (99.3%)1 (0.7%)
Residence
 Urban267 (97.8%)6 (2.2%)6.4 (2.43, 16.67)2.2 (0.6, 8.21)
 Rural112 (87.5%)16 (12.5%)11
Marital status
 Single274 (97.5%)7 (2.5)5.6 (2.22, 14.1)2.2 (0.46, 10.66)
 Married105 (87.5%)15 (12.5)11
Education
 Have no formal education38 (76.0%)12 (14.0%)11
 Have formal education341 (97.2%)10 (2.8%)10.8 (4.36, 26.58)3.4 (0.98, 12.02)
Occupation
 Student/employee312 (97.5%)8 (2.5%)8.1 (3.29, 20.2)1.6 (0.35, 6.99)
 Farmer67 (82.7%)14 (17.3%)11
Previous donation
 Yes57 (98.3%)1 (1.7%)
 No322 (93.9%)21 (6.1%)
Donor type
 Volunteer172 (100%)0
 Replacement207 (90.4%)22 (9.6%)
  1. NB Gender, previous donation and donor type do not fulfil the criteria for logistic analysis, AOR Adjusted Odds Ratio, CI Confidence interval, COR Crude Odds Ratio