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Table 4 Weighted proportions of sample in households reporting domestic use of insecticides by sociodemographic characteristics

From: Nationwide evaluation of malaria infections, morbidity, mortality, and coverage of malaria control interventions in Madagascar

Variable Category N n % [95% CI]
Age group 0-1 year 939 167 17.8 [12.5-23.1]
2-4 years 1,480 284 19.2 [13.6-24.8]
5-9 years 2,395 490 20.5 [14.9-26.0]
10-15 years 2,233 557 24.9 [18.6-31.3]
15-19 years 1,484 335 22.6 [17.1-28.0]
20-39 years 4,016 968 24.1 [17.6-30.6]
≥40 years 2,929 728 24.9 [19.0-30.7]
Sex Male 7,644 1,858 24.3 [18.5-30.1]
Female 7,832 1,671 21.3 [16.3-26.3]
SES quintiles 1st (poorest) 2,570 233 9.1 [3.6-14.5]
2nd 2,658 429 16.1 [9.2-23.1]
3rd 3,343 783 23.4 [14.4-32.4]
4th 3,332 917 27.5 [18.9-36.1]
5th (wealthiest) 3,574 1,168 32.7 [24.6-40.8]
Level of education (≥15 years old) Unknown 22 1 2.9 [0.0-8.6]
None 1,033 96 9.3 [5.8-12.7]
Primary 3,395 706 20.8 [14.8-26.8]
Lower secondary 2,492 672 27.0 [20.4-33.5]
Upper secondary 1,093 382 34.9 [27.0-42.8]
Tertiary 394 175 44.4 [28.2-60.7]
Transmission pattern East 4,345 392 9.0 [4.4-13.7]
West 3,255 445 13.7 [9.2-18.1]
South 834 25 3.0 [1.3-4.8]
Fringe 2,026 606 29.9 [22.7-37.1]
Highlands 5,016 2,060 41.1 [35.8-46.3]
Population density Low 9,147 1,878 20.5 [14.0-27.0]
Intermediate 4,122 1,054 25.6 [15.7-35.4]
High 2,207 597 27.0 [16.0-38.1]
  1. Weighted numbers and proportions of individuals living in households that reported domestic use of other insecticides than IRS, according to sociodemographic characteristics.