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Table 5 CI’s for never immunisation of children (12–59 months) in India, 2015–16

From: Explaining socioeconomic inequalities in immunisation coverage in India: new insights from the fourth National Family Health Survey (2015–16)

  Unstandardized CI Indirectly standardized CI  
Age standardized CI Wc Normalized Ec Normalized
Region
 North −0.356*(0.011) −0.335*(0.012) − 0.366*(0.013) − 0.113*(0.004)
 Central − 0.214*(0.008) − 0.206*(0.008) − 0.225*(0.009) − 0.070*(0.003)
 East − 0.198*(0.011) − 0.169*(0.011) − 0.184*(0.012) − 0.057*(0.004)
 Northeast − 0.212*(0.009) − 0.193*(0.008) − 0.211*(0.009) − 0.065*(0.003)
 West − 0.130*(0.014) −0.117*(0.015) − 0.128*(0.016) − 0.040*(0.005)
 South −0.088*(0.022) −0.075*(0.021) − 0.082*(0.023) −0.025*(0.007)
Place of Residence
 Rural −0.203*(0.005) −0.179*(0.004) − 0.196*(0.004) −0.061*(0.001)
 Urban −0.208*(0.011) −0.161*(0.010) − 0.176*(0.011) −0.054*(0.003)
Overall −0.207*(0.007) −0.206*(0.004) − 0.225*(0.004) −0.070*(0.001)
  1. Note: *Significant at 5% (a Bonferroni correction has been applied); SE-standard error; Wc-indirectly standardized CI based on Wagstaff’s normalization; Ec-indirectly standardized CI based on Erreyger’s normalization