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Table 5 Odds ratios for personally sleeping under a mosquito net every night among adults in rural Uganda

From: Social norms, misperceptions, and mosquito net use: a population-based, cross-sectional study in rural Uganda

  AOR (95% CI) p value
Perceived daily mosquito net use as normative 2.94 (2.09, 4.14) < 0.001
Did not know perception 1.10 (0.60, 2.03) 0.760
Perceived daily mosquito net use as not normative 1.0
Nets:people in the household from 0.5 and < 1.0 (vs < 0.5) 2.21 (1.47, 3.32) < 0.001
Nets:people in the household is 1.0 and greater (vs < 0.5) 4.48 (2.91, 6.90) < 0.001
Female (vs male) 1.47 (1.09, 1.99) 0.012
Married (vs single) 1.87 (1.33, 2.63) < 0.001
Age 1.00 (0.99, 1.01) 0.548
Number of children in the household 0.85 (0.78, 0.93) < 0.001
Number of additional adults in the household 0.89 (0.81, 0.98) 0.023
Primary school (vs none) 0.97 (0.61, 1.56) 0.900
Secondary school (vs none) 1.18 (0.67, 2.09) 0.561
Postgraduate studies (vs none) 2.43 (1.06, 5.61) 0.037
2nd household wealth quintile (vs lowest) 1.09 (0.63, 1.87) 0.766
3rd household wealth quintile (vs lowest) 1.98 (1.11, 3.54) 0.021
4th household wealth quintile (vs lowest) 1.49 (0.86, 2.99) 0.158
Highest household wealth quintile (vs lowest) 1.65 (0.91, 1.38) 0.102
Rainy season 0.97 (0.67, 1.38) 0.848
  1. Estimates were obtained using a multilevel logistic regression model that accounted for clustering of observations at the household level and also included dummy variables for village