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Table 2 Bivariate association between modern contraceptive use and various background characteristics, EDHS 2016, Ethiopia (weighted)

From: Determinants of modern contraceptive use among sexually active men in Ethiopia; using EDHS 2016 national survey

CharacteristicsPartner method vs. none/traditional methodMale method vs. none/traditional method
Age respondentsCORP-value%CICORP-value%CI
15–240b  0b  
 Rural0b  0b  
Marital status
 Ever married but not  together7.80.0015.9––2.3
 Married and living with partner7.80.0016.7––0.2
 Never union0b  0b  
Education of respondents
 Higher and above2.00.0011.7–2.323.20.0016.9–32.0
 None0b  0b  
Current working
 No0b  0b  
Total children over born
 3 and above3.50.0013.1–, 0.2
 1–2 children6.60.0015.8––0.5
 No child0b  0b  
Socio-economics factors
Wealth index
 Richest0b  0b  
Interaction with health system
Discussed FP with health worker
 No0b  0b  
Access to media
 Frequency of reading newspaper/magazine
  At least once a week2.00.0011.7––6.2
  Less than once a week1.6340.0011.5––4.4
  Not at all0b  0b  
Frequency of listening to radio
 At least once a week2.00.0011.8––5.6
 Less than once a week1.3230.0011.2––3.1
 Not at all0b  0b  
Frequency of watching TV
 At least once a week2.20.0012.0––11.8
 Less than once a week1.90.0011.7–, 4.6
 Not at all0b  0b  
Behavioral/attitudinal factors
Women who use contraceptive become promiscuous
 Don’t know0.20.0010.1––0.2
 Disagree0b  0b  
Number of wives/partners
 Two and more wives3.20.0012.5––0.13
 One wife6.00.0015.3––0.2
 No wife0b  0b  
Contraception is a women’s business
 Don’t know0.10.0010.1––0.3
 Disagree0b  0b  
  1. *COR adjusted odds ratio, CI confidence interval, 0b reference category, FP family planning TV television