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Research Article

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

Table 2

Adjusted multinomial regression for education and income according to smoking status with never smoker as reference group. Relative risk ratio (RRR) and 95% confidence interval. Bivariate and adjusted models.

Model 1: bivariate relationship
Never smoker = ref.
Model 2: adjusted for survey year, age, sex, and members of the household
Never smoker = ref.
Current smokerFormer smokerCurrent smokerFormer smoker

High educationRef.Ref.Ref.Ref.
Medium education2.59 (2.21, 3.06)***1.92 (1.63, 2.25)***2.53 (2.12, 3.02)***1.75 (1.47, 2.08)***
Low education5.66 (4.61, 6.95)***2.31 (1.84, 2.89)***5.37 (4.26, 6.77)***2.05 (1.59, 2.65)***
High incomeRef.Ref.Ref.Ref.
Medium income1.44 (1.22, 1.70)***1.44 (1.22, 1.71)***1.07 (0.89, 1.29)1.16 (0.97, 1.40)
Low income2.76 (2.12, 3.59)***1.17 (0.84, 1.64)1.53 (1.14, 2.06)**0.84 (0.58, 1.21)

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