Table 2

Response to main survey questions by contact method

All

Contact Method


Fixed-line

Mobile

P-value


N

%

N

%

N

%


Total participants

268

140

128


Age group*, years

0.7


18-20 yrs

47

17.5

27

19.3

20

15.6


21-25 yrs

62

23.1

34

24.3

28

21.9


26-30 yrs

91

34.0

43

30.7

48

37.5


31-39 yrs

68

25.4

36

25.7

32

25.0


State of residence*

0.9


New South Wales

89

33.2

47

33.6

42

32.8


Victoria

69

25.7

34

24.3

35

27.3


Queensland

55

20.5

29

20.7

26

20.3


Other states

55

20.5

30

21.4

25

19.5


Residence according to accessibility index**

0.2


Major city

167

63.5

82

59.4

85

68.0


Indigenous

0.2


Yes

12

4.5

4

2.9

8

6.3


Country of birth

0.6


Australia

192

71.6

102

72.9

90

70.3


Speaks a language other than English at home

0.5


Yes

56

20.9

27

19.3

29

22.7


Highest education reached

0.6


University degree or higher

92

34.5

50

36.0

42

32.8


Currently living at home with parents***

0.003


Yes

83

43.7

53

54.1

30

32.6


Relationship status

0.7


Single

87

32.5

44

31.4

43

33.6


Have a mobile phone


Yes

-

-

135

97.1

-

-


Have a landline at home


Yes

-

-

-

-

77

60.6


Received HPV vaccine

0.6


Yes

137

51.7

74

53.2

63

50.0


Had diagnosis of genital warts

0.9


Yes

17

6.5

9

6.6

8

6.4


Had Pap smear

0.2


Yes

197

73.8

98

70.5

99

77.3


Tested for chlamydia

0.3


Yes

84

33.2

48

36.1

36

30.0


Ever been pregnant

0.07


Yes

122

45.5

71

50.7

51

39.8


Percentages do not include missing values

*recruitment was stratified by these variables

** based on classification of 2006 ARIA+ score for residential postcode[14]

***only asked of women aged < 30 years

Liu et al. BMC Medical Research Methodology 2011 11:159   doi:10.1186/1471-2288-11-159

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