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Table 4 RII (95% CI) for current non-use and never use of modern contraceptive methods

From: Comparison of physical, public and human assets as determinants of socioeconomic inequalities in contraceptive use in Colombia - moving beyond the household wealth index

  RII (95% CI) p-value
  Urban   Rural  
Current non-use among women in union (married/cohabiting) and single sexually active     
  (N = 15147)   (N = 4876)  
Physical capital 2.37 (1.99-2.83) <0.001 3.70 (2.57-5.33) <0.001
Public capital 1.28 (1.07-1.53) 0.01 1.25 (0.82-1.89) 0.30
Human capital 1.05 (0.90-1.24) 0.51 1.04 (0.71-1.54) 0.83
Never use of contraception among ever-sexually active women     
  (N = 25231)   (N = 7552)  
Physical capital 3.70 (3.02-4.52) <0.001 11.23 [7.36-17.16] <0.001
Public capital 1.19 (0.96-1.48) 0.10 2.83 (1.76-4.54) <0.001
Human capital 3.02 (2.50-3.65) <0.001 3.41 (2.24-5.21) <0.001
  1. []. Large confidence intervals possibly due to uneven distribution of women between quintile groups see Table S3 additional file 1.
  2. Note: Mutually adjusted for Physical, Public, Human capital, age in years, marital status and number of children ever born by place of residence.