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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 3

Predictors of a smoke-free home. Crude and adjusted odds ratio (95% CI).

Crude Adjusted
OR (95% CI)OR (95% CI)

Smoke-free in the workplace
 Yes 7.6 (5.3–10.9)5.3 (3.4–8.5)
 No 1 (ref.)1 (ref.)
Age (years) 1.0 (0.99–1.0)
Gender
 Male1 (ref.)1 (ref.)
 Female2.2 (1.5–3.2)0.9 (0.6–1.5)
Residence
 Rural1 (ref.)1 (ref.)
 Urban2.6 (1.9–3.7)2.0 (1.2–3.2)
Regions
 North East0.8 (0.4–1.5)0.7 (0.3–1.5)
 North Central1 (ref.)1 (ref.)
 North West1.0 (0.5–1.7)2.3 (1.0–5.2)
 South East1.1 (0.6–1.9)0.9 (0.4–1.9)
 South West2.5 (1.4–4.4)1.2 (0.6–2.5)
 South-South1.8 (0.9–3.5)1.1 (0.5–2.6)
Education
 No formal education1.1 (0.6–2.1)2.2 (1.0–4.9)
 Primary completed 2.0 (0.9–4.2)3.9 (1.6–9.7)
 Secondary school completed 1 (ref.)1 (ref.)
 Higher secondary school completed 2.4 (1.3–4.4)2.9 (1.4–6.1)
 College/university and above 3.0 (1.5–6.2)2.3 (0.9–5.6)
Occupation
 Employee 1.4 (1.0–1.9)1.3 (0.8–2.2)
 Self-employed1 (ref.)1 (ref.)
Current smoking
 Yes 1 (ref.)1 (ref.)
 No 31.1 (19.9–48.6)28.8 (16.8–49.5)
Smokeless tobacco use
 Yes 1 (ref.)1 (ref.)
 No 7.0 (2.9–17.0)7.0 (2.5–19.3)
Number of people in household0.99 (0.9–1.0)