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Research Article

Smoke-Free Workplaces Are Associated with Protection from Second-Hand Smoke at Homes in Nigeria: Evidence for Population-Level Decisions

Table 1

Descriptive statistics for the respondent characteristics.

Respondents (employee or self-employed) who worked indoors (out of home)
Total respondents who worked indoors Smoke-free at home
%%

Smoke-free in the workplace 158585.4151295.4
SHS in the workplace 27114.619873.1
Age
 15–2947825.743991.8
 30–4489548.282091.6
 45–5936519.734293.7
 60 and above1186.410992.4
Gender
 Male112560.6101490.1
 Female73139.469695.2
Residence
 Rural62233.5542 87.1
 Urban123466.5116894.7
Geographical regions
 North East1417.612286.5
 North Central20611.118489.3
 North West25313.622588.9
 South East26614.323989.9
 South West71838.768595.4
 South-South27214.725593.8
Education
 No formal education 32617.628487.1
 Primary completed20911.319392.3
 Secondary school completed 1005.48686.0
 Higher secondary school completed 85245.979793.5
 College/university and above 36919.935094.9
Occupation
 Employee 77041.571993.4
 Self-employed 108658.599191.3
Current smoking
 Yes1085.84339.8
 No 174894.2166795.4
Smokeless tobacco use
 Yes221.21463.6
 No183498.8169692.5

SHS: second-hand smoke.