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Table 3 Educational qualification and household size of groundnut farmers in Togo

From: Groundnut production constraints and farmers’ trait preferences: a pre-breeding study in Togo

Region Village Qualification Typical household
Illiterate Lit. tuition* PS SS Degree
Num. Perc. Num. Perc. Num. Perc. Num. Perc. Num. Perc.
Kara Kpoloubal 9 45 6 30 4 20 1 5 0 0 9
Binadjoub 8 40 2 10 5 25 5 25 0 0 7
Nampoch 10 50 0 0 8 40 2 10 0 0 6
  Total/mean (%) 27 45 8 13.33 17 28.33 8 13.34 0 0 7.33ab**
Savanes Yacle 12 60 0 0 2 10 6 30 0 0 6
Dore 3 15 7 35 6 30 4 20 0 0 11
Namo 12 60 0 0 2 10 6 30 0 0 6
  Total/mean (%) 27 45 7 11.66 10 16.66 16 26.68 0 0 8.33a
Centrale Sonde 9 45 4 20 3 15 4 20 0 0 7
Attibodo 7 35 6 30 3 15 4 20 0 0 6
Wassarabou 6 30 7 35 4 20 3 15 0 0 6
  Total/mean (%) 22 36.66 17 28.33 10 16.67 11 18.34 0 0 6.33b
Grand total/mean (%) 76 42.22 32 17.78 37 20.55 35 19.45 0 0 7.33
  1. **Lit. tuition = literacy tuition; PS = primary school; SS=secondary school; Num. = number; Perc. = percentage
  2. *Means within a column followed by the same letter(s) are not significantly different