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Table 2 Results of binary logistic regression

From: Role of husband’s attitude towards the usage of contraceptives for unmet need of family planning among married women of reproductive age in Pakistan

  B Sig Odds ratio 95% C.I. for odd
Lower Upper
Constant .271 .242 1.311
Age of women
15–19 Reference
20–24 −.170 .434 .843 .550 1.292
25–29 .013 .950 1.013 .673 1.524
30–34 .145 .484 1.156 .770 1.736
35–39 −.072 .726 .930 .622 1.393
40–44 −.711 .001 .491 .328 .735
45–49 −1.130 .000 .323 .216 .484
Women’s education
No education Reference
Primary .153 .012 1.165 1.035 1.312
Secondary .121 .052 1.128 .999 1.275
Higher .082 .001 1.026 .916 1.575
Wealth status of women’s household
Poorest Reference
Poorer .141 .008 1.151 1.037 1.277
Middle -.063 .283 .939 .837 1.053
Richer −.305 .000 .737 .648 .839
Richest −.391 .000 .677 .584 .783
Women’s employment status
Currently unemployed Reference
Currently employed −.107 .048 .899 .809 .999
Husband’s education
No Education Reference
Primary .145 .016 1.156 1.028 1.300
Secondary .094 .628 1.105 .929 1.130
Higher .082 .212 1.085 .954 1.235
Reason not using: husband opposed
No opposed Reference
Opposed .853 .000 2.347 2.087 2.639
Reason not using: religious prohibition
No prohibition Reference   
Prohibition .151 .089 1.163 .977 1.383
Decision maker for not using contraceptive
Women Reference
Husband .290 .000 1.336 1.215 1.469