Sexual Behavior and HIV/AIDS in Europe: Comparisons of National Surveys

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Tables
Table 1.1 European surveys under comparison 5
Table 1.2 Proportions of questions on different topics in the various surveys under comparison 11
Table 1.3 Methodological characteristics of the surveys under comparison 14
Table 1.4 Comparison of the probability samples with external data on age and gender (only samples not weighted for age and gender) 18
Table 1.5 Confidence intervals for various sample sizes 23
Table 1.6 Socio-demographic characteristics of the samples 24
Table 1.7 Surveys represented in each chapter 28
Table 2.1 Age at first intercourse by gender and generation (median and interquartile range of ages, in years) 42
Table 2.2 Proportions of men and women having had their first intercourse before the age of 16, 18, and 20, by generation/% 44
Table 2.3 Proportions of respondents (under 39) who had their first sexual intercourse before the age of 18, by gender and level of education/% 49
Table 2.4 Age difference between interviewee and partner at first intercourse, by gender and age of the interviewee 51
Table 2.5 Proportions of respondents who had their first sexual intercourse with regular partner or spouse, by gender and age/% 54
Table 2.6 Proportions of respondents starting their first union (cohabitation or marriage) at the same age or at least five or more years later than the first sexual intercourse, by gender 56

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