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Research Article

Social Inequality in Cigarette Consumption, Cigarette Dependence, and Intention to Quit among Norwegian Smokers

Table 1

Characteristics of the population and study samples (current smokers). Participants aged 30–66 years. Data were pooled from 2007 to 2012.

Population sample 
( = 4 600)
Study sample 
(current smokers, = 1 282)

Age (mean, SD)47.7 (10.2)4 60047.7 (9.7)1 282
Male (%)49.12 26049.9640
Educational level
 High39.11 79823.7304
 Medium43.72 00847.4607
 Low17.379428.9371
Household income
 High66.92 84960.1701
 Medium25.91 10527.8324
 Low7.230812.2142
Daily smokers (%)20.493773.1937
Heavy smoking ≥15 CPD7.936528.5365
TTFC ≤30 minutes9.3423 34.3423
No intention to quit7.132725.7237

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