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Table 1 Socio-demographic characteristics of respondents (n = 235)

From: Cost benefit analysis of malaria rapid diagnostic test: the perspective of Nigerian community pharmacists

Characteristics Frequency (%)
Sex  
Male 113 (49.1)
Female 117 (50.9)
Age (years)  
18–20 22 (9.6)
21–30 114 (49.6)
31–40 60 (26.1)
41–50 19 (8.3)
>50 15 (6.5)
Tribe  
Hausa 13 (5.6)
Igbo 200 (86.6)
Yoruba 10 (4.3)
Others 8.5 (3.5)
Marital status  
Single 139 (59.7)
Co-habiting 7 (3.0)
Married 85 (36.5)
Divorced 1 (0.4)
Widowed 1 (0.4)
No of children  
One 15 (17.4)
Two 24 (27.9)
Three 15 (17.4)
Four 15 (17.4)
≥Five 17 (19.8)
Level of education  
No education 4 (1.8)
Primary 7 (3.1)
Secondary 38 (16.7)
Tertiary 122 (53.7)
Post tertiary 56 (24.7)
Occupation  
No job 49 (22.1)
Farming 10 (4.5)
Civil servant 48 (21.6)
Trader 16 (7.2)
Self employed 57 (25.7)
Others 42 (18.9)
Monthly income  
<US$50 (N10,000) 33 (18.4)
US$50–US$251 (₦10,000–₦50,000) 67 (37.4)
US$251–US$502 (₦50,000–₦100,000) 36 (20.1)
US$251–US$502 (₦50,000–₦100,000) 29 (16.2)
US$1256–US$2512 (₦250,000–₦500,000) 9 (5.0)
>US$2512 (>₦500,000) 5 (2.8)