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Table 2 Prevalence of socioeconomic variables and association with condom non-use in Brazilian national adolescent sample

From: Associated factors and sex differences in condom non-use among adolescents: Brazilian National School Health Survey (PeNSE)

Variables Condom non-use
Male Female
% RP (CI 95%) p % RP (CI 95%) p
Socioeconomic
 Municipality
  Not capital 28.4 1 < 0.001 30.2 1 < 0.001
  Capital 31.9 1.13(1.08–1.18)   33.8 1.12(1.6–1.18)  
 School
  Public 30.2 1 0.533 31.9 1 0.645
  Private 29.5 0.98(0.91–1.05)   32.7 1.02(0.93–1.13)  
 Age
  13–14 years 32.4 1 < 0.001 30.5 1 0.004
  15–16 years 28.3 0.88(0.84–0.91)   32.7 1.07(1.01–1.14)  
  17–18 years 27.6 0.85(0.78–0.93)   35.7 1.17(1.06–1.29)  
 Mother’s Level of Education
  No school 27.2 1 0.134 32.1 1 0.296
  Primary Education 30.6 1.13(1.00–1.25)   33 1.03(0.92–1.15)  
  High School 29.3 1.08(0.97–1.20)   32.9 1.02(0.91–1.15)  
  Undergraduate coursework 29.2 1.07(0.96–1.20)   30.3 0.95(0.83–1.07)  
  1. PeNSE Pesquisa Nacional de Saúde do Escolar (National School Health Survey); PR prevalence ratio; CI confidence interval