Table 3: Multivariable logistic analyses predicting Nondaily smoking versus daily smoking among current smokers, aged 18 years and over—New York City, 2010.

Main effects modelInteraction effects model
Adjusted odds ratio(95% CI) LCI, UCIAdjusted Odds Ratio(95% CI) LCI, UCI

Age Group
 18–440.83(0.49, 1.40)0.87(0.51, 1.50)
 45+Ref.Ref.
Borough of Residence
 Brooklyn1.10(0.55, 2.22)1.06(0.52, 2.19)
 Manhattan0.66(0.30, 1.48)0.63(0.27, 1.47)
 Queens1.03(0.48, 2.22)1.00(0.45,2.20)
 Staten Island1.17(0.42, 3.23)1.02(0.32, 3.20)
 BronxRef.Ref.
Time to first cigarette of the day
 More than 1 hour after waking up8.32*(2.05, 13.70)8.76*(5.38, 14.27)
 Within 60 minutes of waking upRef.Ref.
Last cigarette purchased
 Carton0.39*(0.17, 0.91)0.41*(0.19, 0.90)
 Single/loosie/bummed/rolled-your-own3.61*(1.79, 7.28)3.49*(1.72, 7.08)
 PackRef.Ref.
Cessation attempts in the past year
 Tried to quit smoking2.15*(1.28, 3.60)2.32*(1.36, 3.96)
 Did not try to quit smokingRef.Ref.
Sex
 Male0.87(0.53, 1.40)0.51(0.22, 1.16)
 FemaleRef.Ref.
Race/ethnicity
 All other races1.11(0.64, 1.91)0.66(0.3, 1.24)
 WhiteRef.Ref.
Rules about smoking in home
 Smoking is not allowed1.10(0.68, 1.79)0.74(0.43, 1.28)
 Smoking is allowed in some or all areasRef.Ref.
Education (among adults aged 18+)
 Some college or more1.75*(1.06, 2.91)1.03(0.80, 1.35)
 High school grad or lessRef.Ref.
Last cigarette purchased
 Outside NYC/tax-avoidant1.51(0.80, 2.84)0.54(0.20, 1.41)
 In New York City/nontax-avoidantRef.Ref.
Binge drinker
 Yes1.06(0.60, 1.88)0.45*(0.20, 1.01)
 NoRef.Ref.

Smoking not allowed in the home X tax-avoidant6.57*(1.96, 22.01)
All other race X binge drinker4.62*(1.59, 13.48)
Sex X some college or more education2.49(0.91, 6.82)

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