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Table 1 Overview of demographic characteristics of the sample and results for the three endpoints (HIV blood test, awareness of HIV/AIDS, awareness about HIV/AIDS campaign)

From: HIV survey in Mozambique: analysis with simultaneous model in contrast to separate hierarchical models

Variable Frequency (%) n = 9331
Female 5402 (58.0%)
Age (years ± SD) 31 ± 12.5
Marital status
 Never married 1430 (15.4%)
 Married 1035 (11.1%)
 Living together 5447 (58.5%)
 Widowed 527 (5.7%)
 Divorced 168 (1.8%)
 Not living together 704 (7.6%)
Religion
 Catholic 2766 (29.7%)
 Islamic 2269 (24.4%)
 Zionist 877 (9.4%)
 Evangelical/Pentecostal 1600 (17.2%)
 Anglican 100 (1.1%)
 No religion 1219 (13.1%)
 Other 480 (5.2%)
Education, years ± SD (min, max) 3 ± 3.69 (0, 19)
Employment
 Not employed 1513 (16.3%)
 Employed in the past year 1146 (12.3%)
 Currently working 6652 (71.4%)
Support
 No 8905
 Yes 390
 Don’t know 16
Self-perceived risk of HIV/AIDS
 No risk 2840
 Small risk 1957
 Moderate risk 868
 Great risk 869
 Respondent HIV-infected 96
 Don’t know =2681
Measures of Wealth
 Electricity in household 2353 (25.3%)
 Refrigerator in household 1456 (15.6%)
Wealth index
 Poorest 1133 (12.2%)
 Poorer 1525 (16.4%)
 Middle 1760 (18.9%)
 Richer 2037 (21.9%)
 Richest 2856 (30.7%)
Blood Test results HIV-infected 1246 (13.4%)
Aware of HIV/AIDS 7191 (77.2%)
Aware of HIV/AIDS Campaigns 5110 (54.9%)
  1. Total respondents were less than 9331 for social support (n = 9295) and for self-perceived risk of HIV/AIDS (n = 6630) due to selection of “I don’t know”