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Table 4 Socio-professionnal characteristics of DUs (semiquantitative)

From: Associating conditional cash transfer to universal access to treatment could be the solution to the HCV epidemic among drug users (DUs)

  Observed nb Percent 95% CI
Sex
 Men 243 74.3 69.6–79.0
 Women 84 25.7 21.0–30.4
Nationality
 French 275 84.1 80.1–88.1
 Foreigner 52 15.9 11.9–19.9
Housing
 Stable (owner or rent) 141 43.1 37.9–48.5
 Parents 38 11.6 8.6–15.6
 Friends 22 6.7 4.5–10.0
 Shelter 37 11.3 8.3–15.2
 Homeless, squat 89 27.2 22.7–32.3
Education
 Primary 10 3.1 1.7–5.5
 Secondary 225 68.9 63.6–73.6
 Bachelor 52 15.9 12.3–20.3
 Higher education 40 12·2 8.7–15.8
Home
 Parents 49 15 11.1–18.9
 Couple 103 31.5 26.5–36.5
 Alone 145 44.3 38.9–49.7
 Other 30 9.1 6.0–12.2
Profession
 Studying 10 3.1 1.0–5.0
 Permanent contract 32 9.8 6.6–13.0
 Fixed term contract 38 11.6 8.1–15.1
 Unemployed 58 17.7 13.6–21.8
 Disability 9 2.8 1.0–4.6
 Pension 1 0.3 −0.3-0.9
 None 179 54.7 49.3–60.1
 Active solidarity income 150 45.9 40.6–51.3
Prison 162 49.5 44.08–54.92
Sexual preference
 Heterosexual 295 90.2 85.5–93
 Bisexual 26 8 5.5–11.4
 Homosexual 6 1.8 0.84–3.9