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Table 2 Assessment follow up of households, repellent use and perceptions during the study period

From: Feasibility of repellent use in a context of increasing outdoor transmission: a qualitative study in rural Tanzania

  Repellent n (%) Placebo n (%) Total proportions/treatment P value
Like repellent     
Yes 462 (99.35%) 390 (84.41%) 852 (91.91%) <0.0001
No 3 (0.65%) 72 (15.59%) 75 (8.09%)  
Compliant     
Yes 379 (81.50%) 361 (78.13%) 740 (79.83%) 0.202
No 86 (18.49%) 101 (21.86%) 187 (20.17%)  
Perceived effectiveness     
Yes 457 (100.00%) 379 (84.03%) 836 (92.07%) <0.0001
No 0 (0.00%) 72 (15.96%) 72 (7.93%)