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Table 2 Awareness of CMV (#1) and cCMV (#2) according to respondent characteristics

From: What people know about congenital CMV: an analysis of a large heterogeneous population through a web-based survey

  Gender Age Education Parenthood Total
Female Male <24 years 25–40 year >40 year Undergraduates Bachelor graduates Masters graduates Non-parents Parents
Total respondents n. 6,698 3,492 4,356 3,081 1,718 5,561 1,810 2,819 8,530 1,660 10,190
% 65.7 34.3 47.6 33.7 18.8 54.6 17.8 27.7 83.7 16.3 100.0
#1 Responders heard of CMV n. 3,609 1,742 1,604 1,849 1,246 2,491 771 2,089 4,008 1,343 5,351
% 53.9 49.9 36.8 60.0 72.5 44.8 42.6 74.1 47.0 80.9 52.5
 Univariate analysis OR (95 % C.I) 1 0.85 (0.79–0.92) 1 2.57 (2.34–2.83) 4.53 (4.01–5.12) 1 0.91 (0.82–1.01) 3.53 (3.20–3.90) 1 4.7 (4.20–5.44)  
 Multivariate analysis OR (95 % C.I) 1 0.75 (0.68–0.83) 1 1.91 (1.71–2.15) 1.76 (1.43–2.159) 1 0.8 (0.71–0.90) 1.4 (1.14–1.72) 1 2.9 (2.43–3.47)  
#2 Responders heard of CMV and that it can be congenital n. 2,255 961 842 1,187 812 1,392 363 1,461 2,261 955 3,216
% 62.5 55.2 52.5 64.2 65.2 55.9 47.1 69.9 56.4 71.1 60.1
 Univariate analysis OR (95 % C.I) 1 0.74 (0.66–0.83) 1 1.6 (1.42–1.86) 1.6 (1.45–1.97) 1 0.7 (0.60–0.83) 1.84 (1.63–2.08) 1 1.9 (1.66–2.17)  
 Multivariate analysis OR (95 % C.I) 1 0.68 (0.60–0.77) 1 1.25 (1.06–1.48) 0.827 (0.64–1.06) 1 0.62 (0.52–0.74) 1.4 (1.09–1.81) 1 2.02 (1.67–2.45)