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Table 4 Bi-variable and multivariable logistic regression analysis among migrants and seasonal farmworkers on the of knowledge about tuberculosis in West Armacho, Ethiopia (N = 949)

From: The role of mass media exposure on tuberculosis knowledge and attitude among migrant and seasonal farmworkers in Northwest Ethiopia

Characteristics Knowledge status COR with 95% CI AOR with 95%
Good Poor
Education status
 Unable to read and write 147 227 1 1
 Able to read and write 29 44 1.02 (0.61–1.70) 0.94 (0.56, 1.59)
 Primary 180 225 1.24 (0.93, 1.64) 1.09 (0.81, 1.49)
 Secondary and above 41 56 1.13 (0.72, 1.78) 0.87 (0.52, 1.45)
Family size
 1–2 28 60 1 1
 3–5 227 309 1.57 (0.97, 2.54) 1.80 (1.09,2.96)*
  > =6 142 183 1.66 (1.01, 2.74) 1.85 (1.11,3.10)*
Daily income
 Low 222 274 1.29 (0.99, 1.67) 1.28 (0.98,1.67)
 High 175 278 1 1
Mass media exposure
 No 228 393 1 1
 Yes 169 159 1.83 (1.39, 2.40) 1.42 (1.02,2.01)*
Friends as sources of information
 No 252 427 1 1
 Yes 145 125 1.97 (1.48,2.61) 1.41 (0.97,2.05)
Poster as sources of information
 No 342 517 1 1
 Yes 55 35 2.38 (1.51,3.71) 1.65 (0.97, 2.83)
Scholars sources of information
 No 321 483 1 1
 Yes 76 69 1.66 (1.16, 2.36) 1.07 (0.68,1.70)
  1. *p-value < 0.05