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Table 1 Distribution of women by socio-economic and demographic categories (N = 922)

From: Health-related quality of life determinants among Rwandan women after delivery: does antenatal care utilization matter? A cross-sectional study

Variables Number Percent [95% CI]
Residence
 Rural 706 76.7 73.8–79.3
 Urban 215 23.3 20.7–26.2
Age groups
 15–20 95 10.3 8.5–12.5
 21–25 267 29.0 26.2–32.0
 26–30 271 29.5 26.6–32.5
 31–35 173 18.8 16.4–21.5
 36–40 85 9.2 7.5–11.3
 > 40 29 3.1 2.2–4.5
Education level
 Some primary 417 50.2 46.8–53.6
 Primary 202 24.3 21.5–27.3
 Lower secondary or vocational 112 13.5 11.3–15.9
 Upper secondary or higher education 100 12.0 9.9–14.4
Marital status
 Married 482 52.4 49.1–55.6
 Cohabitant 292 31.7 28.8–34.8
 Separated/divorced/widow 23 2.5 1.6–3.7
 Unmarried/single 123 13.4 11.3–15.7
Social support categories
 Poor social support 315 34.6 31.5–37.7
 Good social support 596 65.4 62.3–68.4
Number of children
 1 child 41 6.5 4.8–8.7
 2 children 227 35.9 32.3–39.8
 3 children 148 23.4 20.3–26.9
 4 to 5 children 138 21.8 18.8–25.3
 ≥ 6 children 77 12.2 9.8–15.0
Wealth quintiles
 Lowest 168 20.3 17.7–23.2
 Second 167 20.2 17.6–23.1
 Middle 192 23.3 20.5–26.3
 Fourth 150 18.2 15.7–20.9
 Highest 148 17.9 15.4–20.7
Adequacy of ANC utilization
 Inadequate ANC 563 61.5 58.3–64.6
 Adequate ANC 352 38.5 35.4–41.6