Table 3

Un-adjusted odds ratio for HIV prevalence (Model 1); HIV testing (Model 2), and risk perception (Model 3) and by background characteristics
Model 1: HIV prevalence Model 2: HIV testing Model 3: HIV risk perception
Un-adjusted odds ratio(OR) Std. err Un-adjusted odds ratio(OR) Std. err Un-adjusted odds ratio(OR) Std. err
Sex: Female vs. Male 1.91*** 0.19 1.95*** 0.11 1.52*** 0.10
Socio-economic Index (Upper SEIa)
Low (poor) SEI 5.48*** 1.68 0.63*** 0.05 5.46*** 0.81
Middle SEI 3.97*** 1.23 2.88*** 0.40
Race: Blacks vs. Other Races 18.48*** 3.10 0.72*** 0.04 6.69*** 0.70
Location (Urban Formala)
Urban Informal 2.74*** 0.33 2.38*** 0.28
Rural Informal 1.53*** 0.19 0.65*** 0.05 2.37*** 0.22
Rural Formal 1.81*** 0.27
Education (Secondarya)
No schooling 0.29*** 0.04 1.75*** 0.26
Less Secondary 1.36*** 0.16 0.48*** 0.03 1.46*** 0.13
Tertiary 0.38*** 0.09 1.79*** 0.21 0.57*** 0.08
Stigma Score: High vs. Low 0.80*** 0.07 0.65*** 0.04 0.88** 0.06
Information Access: High vs. Low 0.56*** 0.05 1.60*** 0.10 0.47*** 0.04
N 9,742 11730 11748

aReference group; ***significant at .1%; **significant at 1%.

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