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Table 1 Socio-demographic characteristics of the study population as assessed at baseline

From: Inconsistent fertility motivations and contraceptive use behaviors among women in Honduras

  All women at follow-up Analysis Sample*
  N   N  
  671 (%) 633 (%)
Age     
   19 or less 138 (20.6) 131 (20.7)
   20-24 226 (33.7) 212 (33.5)
   25-29 176 (26.2) 169 (26.7)
   30-34 91 (13.6) 81 (12.8)
   35+ 40 (5.9) 40 (6.3)
Marital status     
   In union 630 (93.9) 593 (93.7)
   Not in union 41 (6.1) 40 (6.3)
Residential area     
   Urban 537 (80.0) 509 (80.4)
   Rural 134 (20.0) 124 (19.6)
Education     
   None 39 (5.8) 36 (5.7)
   Primary 433 (64.5) 404 (63.8)
   Secondary+ 199 (29.7) 193 (30.5)
Employed     
   Yes 259 (38.6) 247 (39.0)
   No 412 (61.4) 386 (61.0)
Parity     
   0-1 296 (44.1) 280 (44.2)
   2 187 (27.9) 173 (27.3)
   3+ 188 (28.0) 180 (28.5)
Contraceptive method     
   Pill 46 (6.9) 41 (6.5)
   Injectable 484 (72.1) 453 (71.6)
   IUD 141 (21.0) 139 (21.9)
Problem if got pregnant now     
   Big problem 350 (52.2) 332 (52.4)
   Small problem 135 (20.1) 131 (20.7)
   No problem 186 (27.7) 170 (26.9)
  1. * Analysis sample includes all women with non-missing data on the open question.