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Table 2 Construction details of study child’s sleeping space by socio-economic status of the household head

From: Risk factors associated with house entry of malaria vectors in an area of Burkina Faso with high, persistent malaria transmission and high insecticide resistance

Construction feature of the child’s sleeping space Socio-economic status of household head* P value
Poorest
(N = 46)
n (%)
Poor
(N = 44)
n (%)
Middle
(N = 44)
n (%)
Rich
(N = 46)
n (%)
Richest
(N = 47)
n (%)
Roof material
 Non-metal (thatch) 7 (15.2) 9 (20.9) 5 (11.9) 14 (31.8) 11 (24.4) 0.17
 Metal 39 (84.8) 34 (79.1) 37 (88.1) 30 (68.2) 34 (75.6)
Floor material
 Mud 5 (10.9) 17 (39.5) 8 (19.0) 14 (31.8) 13 (28.9) 0.02
 Cement/tile 41 (89.1) 26 (60.5) 34 (81.0) 30 (68.2) 32 (71.1)
Wall material
 Mud 13 (28.3) 12 (27.9) 7 (16.7) 16 (36.4) 12 (26.7) 0.14
 Brick 29 (63.0) 26 (60.5) 29 (69.0) 18 (40.9) 30 (66.7)
 Cement blocks 4 (8.7) 5 (11.6) 6 (14.3) 10 (22.7) 3 (6.7)
Eaves
 Open 36 (78.3) 32 (76.2) 25 (62.5) 19 (43.2) 12 (26.7)  < 0.001
 Closed 10 (21.7) 10 (23.8) 15 (37.5) 25 (56.8) 33 (73.3)
  1. *SES missing for 25 study children