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Table 3 Paired T-test results for surveys that include "no exceptions" follow-up question for respondents initially reporting consistent condom use

From: Can follow-up study questions about correct and consistent condom use reduce respondent over-reporting among groups at high risk? An analysis of datasets from six countries

Respondent group* Considered consistent condom
user on basis of initial response
Considered consistent condom
user after the "no exceptions" follow-up question
% difference SE Sig (2-tailed)
  % %    
El Salvador 73.4 63.5 - 9.9 0.013 p < .001
Guatemala 79.7 65.6 - 14.1 0.015 p < .001
Honduras 77.9 61.5 - 16.4 0.017 p < .001
Nicaragua 68.7 51.5 - 17.2 0.022 p < .001
Panama 89.1 52.1 - 37.0 0.022 p < .001
  1. * All respondents were men who have sex with men.
  2. SE: Standard error
  3. Sig.: Significance of the t-test