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Table 5 Factors related to the level of attitude about tuberculosis among West Gondar, Ethiopia Migrants and seasonal workers in the bivariate and multivariate logistic regression analysis (N = 949)

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

Variables Attitude status COR with 95% CI AOR with 95% CI
Favorable unfavorable
Educational status
 Unable to read and write 180 194 1 1
 Able to read and write 30 43 0.75 (0.45,1.25) 0.68 (0.39, 1.17)
 Primary 208 197 1.14 (0.86,1.5) 0.68 (0.64, 1.25)
 Secondary and above 61 36 1.83 (1.15,2.89) 1.31(0.75,2.29)
Residence
 Rural 407 424 1 1
 Urban 72 46 1.63(1.09,2.42) 1.66 (1.05,2.62)*
Occupation
 Student 108 69 1 1
 Farmer 309 335 0.59 (0.42,0.83) 0.72 (0.47,1.10)
 Unemployed 62 66 0.60 (0.38,0.95) 0.68 (0.40,1.15)
Family size
 1–2 37 51 1 1
 3–5 278 258 1.49 (0.94,2.34) 1.50 (0.90,2.49)
 6 and above 161 164 1.40 (0.87,2.26) 1.37 (0.81,2.34)
Health information
 No 163 221 1 1
 Yes 316 249 1.72 (1.32,2.24) 1.64 (1.23,2.18)*
Knowledge status
 Poor knowledge 198 354 1 1
 Good knowledge 281 116 4.33 (3.28,5.72) 4.33 (3.26, 5.75)*
  1. *p-value < 0.05