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Research Article

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

Table 4

Margins (adjusted predicted probability) for high consumption of cigarettes, high cigarette dependence, and no intention to quit by education and income (margins income # education).

EducationIncomeHigh cigarette consumptionHigh cigarette dependenceNo intention to quit
MarginsUnadjusted groupsMarginsUnadjusted groupsMarginsUnadjusted groups

HighHigh25.7 A75830.3 A72521.4 A755
HighLow26.7AB7634.2AB7431.8AB76
LowHigh35.9 B25239.7 B24730.6B252
LowLow26.2AB6140.9AB5940.3B59

Margins sharing a letter in the group label are not significantly different at the 5% level.

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