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Table 2 Multivariate logistic regression model of unmet need for family planning in Ethiopia in 2017

From: Predictors of unmet need for family planning among all women of reproductive age in Ethiopia

Variables Unmet need for family planning COR (CI 95%) AOR (CI 95%)
Yes (%) No (%)
Agea 1217(16.2) 6277(83.8) 1.02(1.01–1.03)** 0.80(0.75–0.90)**
Final decision
 You alone 70(43.5) 930 (39.8) 1.0 1.0
 Provider 0.21(0.1) 63(2.7) 0.04 (0.01–0.33)* 0.08 (0.006–1.2)
 Partner 15(9.3) 222(9.5) 0.86(0.36–2.01) 1.20(0.30–4.0)
 You and provider 5(3.1) 110(4.7) 0.60(0.09–9.95) 0.04(0.01–0.26)**
 You and partner 71(44.1) 1009(43.2) 0.93(0.60–1.40) 1.98(0.95–4.12)
Number of children at first use a 1217(16.2) 6277(83.8) 1.05(1.01–1.09)* 1.10(1.01–1.20)*
Wealth quintile
 Lowest 349(28.6) 1099 (17.5) 1.0 1.0
 Lower 284(23.3) 1161(18.5) 0.76 (0.59–0.98)* 0.20(0.06–0.58)**
 Middle 268(22.0) 1172(18.6) 0.72 (0.55–0.92)* 0.580(0.20–1.89)
 Higher 203(16.7) 1268(20.2) 0.50 (0.38–0.65)** 0.57(.20–1.90)
 Highest 113(9.3) 1577(25.1) 0.22 (0.17–0.29)** 0.89(0.18–4.20)
Parity a 1217(16.2) 6277(83.8) 1.92(1.79–2.06)** 2.10(1.39–2.78)**
  1. aContinuous variable,*Statistically significant at P-value < 0.05, ** statistically significant at P-value < 0.001, COR crude odds ratio, AOR adjusted odds ratio, 1.0 reference category. NB frequencies were weighted