HIV/AIDS
Why is it especially important for a pregnant woman to get tested for HIV? a)so she does not infect her husband/partner b)so she does not infect her baby c)it is always good to know your HIV status d) don't know
3 questions polled on this topic
26% response rate
23,957 responded out of 93,428 polled
Nov 10. 2014
Why is it especially important for a pregnant woman 2 get tested ?
Nov 10. 2014
Where should HIV testing be made available for pregnant women ?
Nov 10. 2014
Is there an antenatal clinic that provides HIV testing for pregnant women within 1 hour travel from where you live?

POLL RESULTS

NOV 10. 2014
Why is it especially important for a pregnant woman 2 get tested ?
23,957 responded out of 93,428 polled
Female
6%
so she does not infect her husband/
 
so she does not infect her husband/
61%
so she does not infect her baby
 
so she does not infect her baby
31%
it is always good to know your HIV s
 
it is always good to know your HIV s
2%
don't know
 
don't know

Male
7%
so she does not infect her husband/
 
so she does not infect her husband/
54%
so she does not infect her baby
 
so she does not infect her baby
36%
it is always good to know your HIV s
 
it is always good to know your HIV s
3%
don't know
 
don't know
0-14
13%
so she does not infect her husband/
 
so she does not infect her husband/
67%
so she does not infect her baby
 
so she does not infect her baby
13%
it is always good to know your HIV s
 
it is always good to know your HIV s
7%
don't know
 
don't know

15-19
10%
so she does not infect her husband/
 
so she does not infect her husband/
56%
so she does not infect her baby
 
so she does not infect her baby
29%
it is always good to know your HIV s
 
it is always good to know your HIV s
5%
don't know
 
don't know

20-24
6%
so she does not infect her husband/
 
so she does not infect her husband/
58%
so she does not infect her baby
 
so she does not infect her baby
34%
it is always good to know your HIV s
 
it is always good to know your HIV s
3%
don't know
 
don't know

25-30
5%
so she does not infect her husband/
 
so she does not infect her husband/
59%
so she does not infect her baby
 
so she does not infect her baby
33%
it is always good to know your HIV s
 
it is always good to know your HIV s
3%
don't know
 
don't know

31-34
5%
so she does not infect her husband/
 
so she does not infect her husband/
60%
so she does not infect her baby
 
so she does not infect her baby
33%
it is always good to know your HIV s
 
it is always good to know your HIV s
2%
don't know
 
don't know

35+
6%
so she does not infect her husband/
 
so she does not infect her husband/
58%
so she does not infect her baby
 
so she does not infect her baby
34%
it is always good to know your HIV s
 
it is always good to know your HIV s
2%
don't know
 
don't know
6%
so she does not infect her husband/
 
so she does not infect her husband/
58%
so she does not infect her baby
 
so she does not infect her baby
33%
it is always good to know your HIV s
 
it is always good to know your HIV s
3%
don't know
 
don't know
NOV 10. 2014
Where should HIV testing be made available for pregnant women ?
20,976 responded out of 23,957 polled
Female
4%
At the traditional birth attendance
 
At the traditional birth attendance
26%
At any HIV testing center
 
At any HIV testing center
68%
At antenatal clinic
 
At antenatal clinic
2%
Don’t know
 
Don’t know

Male
5%
At the traditional birth attendance
 
At the traditional birth attendance
32%
At any HIV testing center
 
At any HIV testing center
61%
At antenatal clinic
 
At antenatal clinic
2%
Don’t know
 
Don’t know
0-14
14%
At the traditional birth attendance
 
At the traditional birth attendance
29%
At any HIV testing center
 
At any HIV testing center
57%
At antenatal clinic
 
At antenatal clinic
0%
Don’t know
 
Don’t know

15-19
7%
At the traditional birth attendance
 
At the traditional birth attendance
34%
At any HIV testing center
 
At any HIV testing center
55%
At antenatal clinic
 
At antenatal clinic
4%
Don’t know
 
Don’t know

20-24
6%
At the traditional birth attendance
 
At the traditional birth attendance
29%
At any HIV testing center
 
At any HIV testing center
63%
At antenatal clinic
 
At antenatal clinic
2%
Don’t know
 
Don’t know

25-30
5%
At the traditional birth attendance
 
At the traditional birth attendance
28%
At any HIV testing center
 
At any HIV testing center
65%
At antenatal clinic
 
At antenatal clinic
2%
Don’t know
 
Don’t know

31-34
4%
At the traditional birth attendance
 
At the traditional birth attendance
28%
At any HIV testing center
 
At any HIV testing center
67%
At antenatal clinic
 
At antenatal clinic
1%
Don’t know
 
Don’t know

35+
5%
At the traditional birth attendance
 
At the traditional birth attendance
30%
At any HIV testing center
 
At any HIV testing center
64%
At antenatal clinic
 
At antenatal clinic
1%
Don’t know
 
Don’t know
5%
At the traditional birth attendance
 
At the traditional birth attendance
29%
At any HIV testing center
 
At any HIV testing center
64%
At antenatal clinic
 
At antenatal clinic
2%
Don’t know
 
Don’t know
NOV 10. 2014
Is there an antenatal clinic that provides HIV testing for pregnant women within 1 hour travel from where you live?
19,102 responded out of 20,976 polled
Female
48%
Yes
 
Yes
18%
No
 
No
34%
Don't know
 
Don't know

Male
48%
Yes
 
Yes
23%
No
 
No
29%
Don't know
 
Don't know
0-14
23%
Yes
 
Yes
23%
No
 
No
54%
Don't know
 
Don't know

15-19
42%
Yes
 
Yes
31%
No
 
No
27%
Don't know
 
Don't know

20-24
39%
Yes
 
Yes
21%
No
 
No
40%
Don't know
 
Don't know

25-30
46%
Yes
 
Yes
20%
No
 
No
34%
Don't know
 
Don't know

31-34
57%
Yes
 
Yes
18%
No
 
No
25%
Don't know
 
Don't know

35+
66%
Yes
 
Yes
15%
No
 
No
19%
Don't know
 
Don't know
49%
Yes
 
Yes
21%
No
 
No
31%
Don't know
 
Don't know

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