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Table 3 Association between Number of Drinkers in the Household and Experience of Domestic Violence in Past 12-Months, stratified by Role of the Drinker (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

Sex and role of the drinkerExperience of domestic violence in past 12 monthsbCrude PR
(95% CI)
Adjusted PR
95% CI)a
 NoYes  
Among households with one drinker (n = 13,496 HHs)
 Male head of household (n = 7710 HHs)97.4% ± 0.2%2.6% ± 0.2%1.0 (Ref.)1.0 (Ref.)
 Female head of household (n = 1101 HHs)99.7% ± 0.2%0.3% ± 0.2%0.12 (0.04, 0.35)0.12 (0.04, 0.33)
 Male spouse (n = 1519 HHs)97.4% ± 0.6%2.6% ± 0.6%1.02 (0.64, 1.62)0.96 (0.60, 1.55)
 Female spouse (n = 228 HHs)99.2% ± 0.7%0.8% ± 0.7%0.33 (0.07, 1.54)0.30 (0.06, 1.40)
 Male child (n = 1585 HHs)97.7% ± 0.4%2.3% ± 0.4%0.88 (0.58, 1.35)0.65 (0.41, 1.05)
 Female child (n = 252 HHs)97.7% ± 1.5%2.3% ± 1.5%0.91 (0.25, 3.27)0.63 (0.18, 2.18)
 Male others (n = 992 HHs)97.6% ± 0.7%2.4% ± 0.7%0.95 (0.52, 1.74)0.69 (0.37, 1.26)
 Female others (n = 109 HHs)100.0% ± 0.0%0.0% ± 0.0%N/AbN/Ab
Among households with two or more drinkers
 Male head & female spouse (+ others) (n = 1267 HHs)94.3% ± 0.9%5.7% ± 0.9%1.0 (Ref.)1.0 (Ref.)
 Female head & male spouse (+ others) (n = 291 HHs)94.6% ± 1.4%5.4% ± 1.4%0.94 (0.52, 1.73)0.92 (0.48, 1.76)
 All other combinations (n = 2505 HHs)95.2% ± 0.6%4.8% ± 0.6%0.84 (0.57, 1.22)0.73 (0.48, 1.11)
  1. Bolded numbers indicate statistical significance after Bonferroni correction
  2. aAdjusted for region, household head’s occupation, and household head’s education and accounted for sampling weights in all analyses
  3. bExcluded from the model due to perfect prediction