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Table 3 Comparison of percentage of correct responses in the three tests – Paired Cases

From: Teaching children road safety through storybooks: an approach to child health literacy in Pakistan

Question n Baseline test
%
Post test I
%
Difference n Baseline test
%
Post test II
%
Difference n Post test I
%
Post test II
%
Difference
If your football rolls across the road, how should you get your football back? 396 86.1 87.4 1.3 293 86.0 90.4 4.4 294 86.4 90.1 3.7
When walking on the road, how should you walk? 396 84.1 94.9 10.9 297 84.5 96.6 12.1 298 94.3 96.6 2.3
What care should one take when riding a motorcycle? 395 85.8 90.1 4.3 296 86.5 89.2 2.7 297 90.2 88.9 -1.3
When inside a moving car, what is most unsafe to do? 393 68.4 71.2 2.8 298 67.1 85.6 18.5 294 71.4 86.1 14.6
Where is it most safe to cross a road? 396 50.8 85.4 34.6 301 51.2 92.4 41.2 295 86.8 92.5 5.8
How should one ride in a car? 398 64.6 84.7 20.1 299 64.5 78.9 14.4 295 84.7 79.0 -5.8
In your opinion, how often should a driver stop at a red signal? 394 71.1 78.2 7.1 298 72.1 80.5 8.4 294 76.2 80.6 4.4
Do you think it is safe to play on the streets near your home without adult supervision? 396 70.2 69.9 -0.3 299 71.6 84.6 13.0 296 71.6 83.8 12.2
Do you think you should be taught about traffic safety in school? 396 84.8 87.6 2.8 299 84.9 88.6 3.7 296 87.5 88.5 1.0
Do you think storybooks with pictures help you remember information? 395 81.8 88.1 6.3 299 80.6 89.3 8.7 296 87.5 89.5 2.0
  1. Bold implies that difference was statistically significant