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Research Article

The Effects of Educational Campaigns and Smoking Bans in Public Places on Smokers’ Intention to Quit Smoking: Findings from 17 Cities in China

Table 2

Result of logistic regression examining factors associated with the effects of educational campaigns and smoking bans in public places.

Percentage affected by educational campaignsOR95% CI valuePercentage affected by smoking bansOR95% CI value

Gender
 Female52.7Reference65.3Reference
 Male49.40.960.81–1.150.68766.21.040.86–1.250.718
Age
 15–2952.1Reference68.5Reference
 30–4950.21.121.03–1.220.01167.20.980.89–1.070.676
 50+46.10.990.89–1.100.82062.30.810.73–0.900.000
Education
 Primary school46.9Reference65.8Reference
 Secondary school51.31.201.11–1.300.00065.70.980.90–1.070.680
 High school or higher58.31.561.41–1.720.00068.61.100.99–1.230.084
population density
  Rural50.9Reference67.9Reference
 Urban48.20.810.76–0.870.00064.50.820.77–0.880.000
Household income (¥)
3000049.1Reference65.3Reference
3000049.80.970.90–1.050.43866.81.050.97–1.130.267
 Cannot say48.90.920.82–1.040.18365.10.950.84–1.080.429
Number of cigarettes smoked per day
 1–1057.8Reference68.3Reference
 11–2047.70.690.64–0.740.00066.20.930.86–1.000.000
 21+41.40.540.50–0.600.00063.20.820.75–0.910.000

Bold values indicate a significant difference at .

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