|Socio-demographic characteristics of the sample, KABP survey, France, 2010|
|n 1||% 2|
|Age (in years)|
|No educational qualification||989||11.2|
|CAP/BEP/BEPC (vocational diplomas)||2,744||31.9|
|Secondary school certificate||1,687||19.1|
|Higher education qualification||3,573||37.8|
|Net monthly income per household|
|≥ 3,000 €||3 311||37.0|
|Did not wish to share this information/ Did not know||186||2.1|
|Area of residence|
|Outside the Ile-de-France administrative district||6,598||80.6|
|Ile-de-France administrative district (which includes Paris)||2,416||19.4|
|Living in a couple or a stable relationship|
|HBV endemicity in country of birth3|
|Intravenous drug use in one’s lifetime|
1raw data. Some data were missing for age (n = 1), educational level (n = 21), living in couple or a stable relationship (n = 14) and country of birth (n = 3).
2weighted and adjusted data.
3Countries with a low level of endemicity (prevalence of HBsAg <2%): Metropolitan France, Northern and Western European countries, North America, Pacific Islands; countries with an intermediate level of endemicity (prevalence of HBsAg between 2 and 8%): French Overseas Administrative Districts and territories, Eastern and Southern Europe, North Africa, the Middle-East, the Indian subcontinent, South America; countries with a high level of endemicity (prevalence of HBsAg > 8%): Sub-Saharan Africa, Asia.
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