Table 2 : Respondents knowledge of family planning.

Statement Urban (n=194)
Rural (n=194) X2 P-value
Yes (%)     No (%) Yes (%) No (%)
Family planning is a means of controlling and spacing the
number of children born in a family.
191(98.5) 3(1.5) 180(92.8) 14(7.2) 7.444 0.01*
There are natural and artificial methods of family planning. 192(99.0) 2(1.0) 191(98.5) 3(1.5) 0.203 0.65
All artificial method of family planning cause permanent sterility. 74(38.1) 120(61.9) 98(50.5) 96(49.5) 6.016 0.01*
Family planning is necessary for the good health of the family. 178(91.8) 16(8.2) 158(81.4) 36(18.6) 8.883 0.00*
Family planning involves preventing pregnancy only. 102(52.6) 92(47.4) 98(50.5) 96(49.5) 0.165 0.69

*Indicates significant p-value while, Degree of Freedom in each is 1.

Ifeadike et al.Research Journal of Women's Health  2015 2:3DOI : 10.7243/2054-9865-2-3