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Table 2 Availability of treated bed nets in the household and potential determinants of availability in Bauchi and Cross River States

From: Socio-economic determinants of ownership and use of treated bed nets in Nigeria: results from a cross-sectional study in Cross River and Bauchi States in 2011

Factors Weighted % (fraction)
  Bauchi State Cross River State
Outcome   
Households with treated bed nets 87 (4,853/5,523) 72 (5,718/7,664)
Household level characteristics   
Household head has higher than junior secondary education 27 (1,495/5,492) 63 (4,735/7,541)
Female-headed household 1 (44/5,532) 17 (1,321/7,682)
Self-perceived above average financial situation 81 (4,420/5,527) 65 (4,954/7,655)
Household had enough food in previous week 89 (4,968/5,516) 81 (6,174/7,646)
Household head has high-paying occupation 21 (1,174/5,478) 42 (3,259/7,613)
Household with safe water source 42 (2,057/5,531) 39 (3,237/7,653)
Household with good construction 20 (1,071/5,487) 66 (5,054/7,658)
Household with not more than two people per room 35 (1,865/5,511) 33 (2,572/7,668)
Community level characteristics   
Urban household 23 (1,081/5,535) 33 (2,566/7,685)
Households from communities with electricity 47 (2,653/5,503) 68 (5,298/7,353)
Households from communities with a formal health facility in the community 62 (3,503/5,532) 77 (5,877/7,519)