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Table 3 Frequency of UAI by partner acquisition (online or offline) by participant’s and partner’s HIV status

From: Does online dating lead to higher sexual risk behaviour? A cross-sectional study among MSM in Amsterdam, the Netherlands

   HIV status of participant
Negative Positive Unknown
No UAI UAI Total No UAI UAI Total No UAI UAI Total
HIV status of partner Neg Offline 228 (84.8 %) 41 (15.2 %) 269 32 (80.0 %) 8 (20.0 %) 40 15 (83.3 %) 3 (16.7 %) 18
Online 267 (84.5 %) 49 (15.5 %) 316 33 (71.7 %) 13 (28.3 %) 46 21 (80.8 %) 5 (19.2 %) 26
Total 495 (84.6 %) 90 (15.4 %) 585 65 (75.6 %) 21 (24.4 %) 86 36 (81.8 %) 8 (18.2 %) 44
Pos Offline 18 (78.3 %) 5 (21.7 %) 23 17 (18.9 %) 73 (81.1 %) 90 3 (50.0 %) 3 (50.0 %) 6
Online 20 (76.9 %) 6 (23.1 %) 26 24 (21.1 %) 90 (79.0 %) 114 2 (18.2 %) 9 (81.8 %) 11
Total 38 (77.6 %) 11 (22.5 %) 49 41 (20.1 %) 163 (79.9 %) 204 5 (29.4 %) 12 (70.6 %) 17
Unk Offline 234 (91.1 %) 23 (9.0 %) 257 83 (71.6 %) 33 (28.5 %) 116 63 (75.0 %) 21 (25.0 %) 84
Online 171 (92.4 %) 14 (7.6 %) 185 63 (69.2 %) 28 (30.8 %) 91 45 (71.4 %) 18 (28.6 %) 63
Total 405 (91.6 %) 37 (8.4 %) 442 146 (70.5 %) 61 (29.5 %) 207 108 (73.5 %) 39 (26.5 %) 147
  1. Abbreviations: UAI unprotected anal intercourse, Neg negative HIV status, Pos positive HIV status, Unk HIV status unkown