I have survey data, with weights that adjust the sample to be nationally representative, from two time points. There is a binary presence/absence variable. Presence increases from time 1 to time 2. I would like to put a confidence interval around the percentage increase. This would be a risk ratio confidence interval, which is straightforward unweighted. But, I can't find any method for a risk-ratio confidence-interval that allows weighting. Is there any known? An R implementation would be ideal.
As a crude method I have thought of calculating confidence intervals around the proportion at time 1 and proportion at time 2, for which weighted methods do exist (https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1002/sim.4780131009) and then using ratios between these intervals. But (a) I don't know an R implementation, and (b) I don't know how valid this would be be.
Help much appreciated!