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Table 1 Sociodemographic characteristics of pregnant women surveyed at the household level in Burkina Faso, 2013 and 2017

From: Asymptomatic malaria and anaemia among pregnant women during high and low malaria transmission seasons in Burkina Faso: household-based cross-sectional surveys in Burkina Faso, 2013 and 2017

Characteristics Year p value
2013–2014 2017
Total (number) 1751 1931  
Age, n(%) < 0.001a
 ≥ 30 480 (27.4) 655 (33.9)  
 20–30 883 (50.4) 982 (50.9)  
 ≤ 20 388 (22.2) 294 (15.2)  
Education, n(%) < 0.001a
 No education 1737 (99.2) 1849 (95.8)  
 Educated 14 (0.8) 82 (4.2)  
Household socioeconomic status, n(%) 0.66
 Poorest 310 (17.7) 349 (18.1)  
 Poor 371 (21.2) 374 (19.4)  
 Middle quintile 358 (20.4) 388 (20.1)  
 Rich 344 (19.6) 400 (20.7)  
 Richest 368 (21.0) 420 (21.8)  
Place of residence, n(%) 0.41
 Rural 1624 (92.7) 1776 (92.0)  
 Urban 127 (7.3) 155 (8.0)  
Region, n(%) 0.74
 Centre-North 412 (23.5) 443 (22.9)  
 Boucle de Mouhoun 339 (19.4) 356 (18.4)  
 Centre-East 218 (12.5) 270 (14.0)  
 Centre-West 292 (16.7) 314 (16.3)  
 North 380 (21.7) 416 (21.5)  
 South-West 110 (6.3) 132 (6.8)  
Parity, n(%) < 0.001a
 Multigravida 1067 (60.9) 1396 (72.3)  
 Secundigravida 364 (20.8) 325 (16.8)  
 Primigravida 320 (18.3) 210 (10.9)  
Trimester of pregnancy, n(%) 0.016a
 First 415 (23.7) 450 (23.3)  
 Second 753 (43.0) 755 (39.1)  
 Third 583 (33.3) 726 (37.6)  
Insecticide-treated nets, n(%) 0.82
 At least one 1690 (96.5) 1860 (96.3)  
 No insecticide-treated nets 61 (3.5) 71 (3.7)  
  1. asignificant at the 0.05 level