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Table 2 Number of Drinkers in the Household and Experience of Domestic Violence in Past 12-Months within Household (n = 17,759 households)

From: Binge-drinking and household role’s associations with prevalence of domestic violence: findings from the Thailand smoking and drinking behaviour survey 2017

CharacteristicsExperience of domestic violence in past 12 monthsbCrude PR
(95% CI)
Adjusted PR
95% CI)a
 NoYes  
Households with one drinker (n = 13,496 HHs)
 The drinker did not binge (n = 7888 HHs)99.3% ± 0.1%0.7% ± 0.1%1.0 (Ref.)1.0 (Ref.)
 The drinker binged (n = 5608 HHs)95.5% ± 0.4%4.5% ± 0.4%6.72 (4.56, 9.92)7.13 (4.79, 10.61)
Households with two or more drinkers (n = 4063 HHs)
 Households with no binge-drinker (n = 1886 HHs)97.9% ± 0.5%2.1% ± 0.5%1.0 (Ref.)1.0 (Ref.)
 Households with one binge-drinker
(n = 1348 HHs)
94.1% ± 0.9%5.9% ± 0.9%2.86 (1.69, 4.86)2.86 (1.68, 4.86)
 Households with two or more binge-drinkers (n = 1029 HHs)90.3% ± 1.2%9.7% ± 1.2%4.70 (2.82, 7.83)4.62 (2.78, 7.67)
  1. Bolded numbers indicate statistical significance after Bonferroni correction
  2. aAdjusted for geographic region, household head’s occupation, and household head’s education and accounted for sampling weights in all analyses
  3. bOne or more persons in the household reported domestic verbal or physical violence due to alcohol consumption within the past 12 months prior to the survey