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Table 7 Factors associated with LLIN utilization amongst households in Zimbabwe in 2015

From: Determinants of long-lasting insecticidal net ownership and utilization in malaria transmission regions: evidence from Zimbabwe Demographic and Health Surveys

Variable OR [95% CI] 2015 p-value
Number of household members 0.966 (0.928–1.004) 0.080
Region 0.977 (0.949–1.006) 0.115
Urban residence 0.571 (0.426–0.764) < 0.001
Electricity 1.1639 (0.851–1.587) 0.343
Radio 0.983 (0.841–1.114) 0.825
TV 1.033 (0.820–1.301) 0.782
Floor 0.992 (0.979–1.004) 0.219
Wall 1.005 (0.992–1.019) 0.459
Roof 0.993 (0.79–1.006) 0.290
Number of rooms for sleeping 1.052 (0.964–1.14) 0.253
Sex of head of household 0.968 (0.825–1.13) 0.687
Head of household < 30 years 0.986 (0.979–0.993) < 0.001
Telephone 1.055 (0.710–1.568) 0.790
Electricity as cooking energy 0.957 (0.917–1.000) 0.048
Mobile 1.097 (0.809–1.488) 0.551
Owning bank account 0.881 (0.714–1.089) 0.243
Sprayed against mosquitoes 1.160 (1.074–1.252) < 0.001
Rich or richer 0.946 (0.811–1.10) 0.479
Decorder 0.879 (0.693–1.117) 0.292
Education level 0.872 (0.757–1.005) 0.059
Pregnancy 0.623 (0.432–0.898) 0.011
  1. Italics shows statistical significance