Table 4.

Multivariate relationships between decisional status and correlates [weighted n = 504 daughter(s)]

Decided againstUndecided, OR (95% CI)Intend, OR (95% CI)Already vaccinated, OR (95% CI)Overall P
Knowledge*(Reference)0.82 (0.66–1.10)1.48 (1.00–1.63)1.79 (1.22–2.84)<0.01
General vaccine attitudes(Reference)1.29 (1.13–1.48)1.27 (1.09–1.49)2.45 (1.74–3.44)<0.01
Attitudes about HPV vaccine
    Vaccine safety
        Few side effects(Reference)0.98 (0.63–1.55)1.93 (1.15–3.25)1.54 (0.78–3.08)<0.01
        Vaccine well tested(Reference)0.84 (0.56–1.27)1.17 (0.70–1.94)0.54 (0.78–3.08)0.01
    Perceived barriers
        Cost(Reference)0.91 (0.67–1.24)0.74 (0.52–1.04)0.42 (0.27–0.67)<0.01
        Concern about adverse behavioral consequences(Reference)0.85 (0.73–1.00)0.75 (0.63–0.90)0.50 (0.33–0.76)0.01
    Trust in pharmaceutical industry(Reference)2.04 (1.09–3.81)2.09 (1.05,4.15)4.48 (1.90–10.62)0.01
Social influences
    Family and friend endorsement (subjective norms)(Reference)1.15 (1.07–3.81)1.31 (1.20–1.42)1.39 (1.24–1.56)<0.01

NOTE: Data were from adjusted multinomial logistic regression models controlling for all variables listed in the leftmost table column. Weighted n = number of daughter(s) in weighted sample with complete data for all variables included in model.

  • *ORs represent a 10% increase in knowledge scores (range of scores 0–100%).

  • P < 0.01.

  • P < 0.05.