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Table 2 Chi-squared analysis of the relationship between demographic characteristics and prevalence of road traffic crashes (RTC) among university students in Kuwait, December 2016 (N = 1465)

From: A proportional odds model of risk behaviors associated with recurrent road traffic crashes among young adults in Kuwait

Characteristicd Distribution of number of RTCsb P-value
None
n = 895 (61.1%)
One
n = 342 (23.3%)
Two n = 160 (10.9%) Three or more
n = 68 (4.6%)
Age (completed years)      0.413a
 17–20 339 (63.8) 107 (20.2) 60 (11.3) 25 (4.7)  
 21–25 470 (58.8) 200 (25.0) 87 (10.9) 43 (5.4)  
 26 and more 52 (61.9) 21 (25.0) 9 (10.7) 2 (2.4)  
Gender      0.516
 Male 242 (58.6) 105 (25.4) 43 (10.4) 23 (5.6)  
 Female 640 (61.7) 232 (22.3) 117 (11.3) 49 (4.7)  
Nationality
 Kuwaiti 592 (60.9) 225 (23.1) 112 (11.5) 44 (4.5) 0.524
 Non-Kuwaiti 289 (60.7) 113 (23.7) 46 (9.7) 28 (5.9)  
Governorate      0.127
 Capital 202 (58.1) 90 (25.9) 41 (11.8) 15 (4.3)  
 Hawali 248 (63.9) 94 (24.2) 36 (9.3) 10 (2.6)  
 Farwaniya 119 (59.2) 44 (21.9) 21 (10.5) 17b.5)  
 Mubarak Al-Kabeer 98 (58.0) 43 (25.5) 20 (11.8) 8 (4.7)  
 Ahmadi 97 (61.0) 28 (17.6) 21 (13.2) 13 (8.2)  
 Jahra 119 (63.7) 38 (20.3) 21 (11.2) 9 (4.8)  
Faculty/ Colleges of studiesc      0.981
 Science faculties 517 (60.3) 202 (23.6) 95 (11.1) 43 (5.0)  
 Non-Science faculties 366 (61.4) 136 (22.8) 65 (10.9) 29 (4.9)  
  1. aFisher Freeman-Halton exact test
  2. bCategory totals may not add up to total because of missing values
  3. cScience Faculties (Medicine, Dentistry, Pharmacy, Allied Health, Engineering and Petroleum, Sciences, Computer Science and Engineering, Life Science, Architecture); Non-Science Faculties (Business and Administration, Law, Literature, Education, Islamic Studies and Sharia’a, Social sciences
  4. dData on missing information on the variables have been provided on previous Table 1