Table 1

Socio-demographic characteristics of the respondents
Age distribution No [%] Marital status No [%] Occupation No [%]
16-25 71 [16.1] Single 47 [10.8] Civil servants 142 [32.3]
26-35 122 [27.7] Married 218 [49.5] Traders 99 [18]
36-45 164 [37.3] Widowed 99 [22.5] Farmers 99 [18]
46-55 48 [10.9] Divorced 42 [9.5] Unemployed 66 [15]
>55 34 [7.7] Separated 30 [6.8] Professionals 81 [18.64]
None of above 1 [.2] None of the above 4 [0.9] Not valid 4 [0.9]
Total 440 [100] Total 440 [100] Total 440 [100]
Number Of Children Educational Qualifications Religion
With 1 child 24 [5.5] No formal education 28 [6.4] Traditional 47 [10.7]
With 2 children 66 [15] FSLC 50 [11.4] Christianity 360 [81.8]
With 3 children 58 [3.2] WASC/NECO 104 [23.6] Islam 10 [2.3]
With 4 children 92 [20.9] Diploma 60 [13.6] Not indicated 23 [5.2]
With 5 children 75 [17] NCE 85 [19.3] Total 440 [100]
With > 5 children 95 [21.6] B.Sc 73 [16.6]
None of the above 30 [6.8] M. Sc 22 [5]
Total 440 [100] PHD 17 [3.9]
None of the above 1 [0.2]
Total 440 [100]

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