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

Table 3

Results of logistic regression examining factors associated with any intention to quit smoking.

Percentage intending to quitOR95% CI value

Gender
 Female13.5Reference
 Male9.10.740.57–0.970.029
Age
 15–2910.4Reference
 30–499.31.050.91–1.210.524
 50+8.21.020.86–1.220.792
Education
 Primary school7.9Reference
 Secondary school101.151.00–1.320.045
 High school or higher13.91.501.28–1.760.000
Locality type
 Rural8Reference
 Urban9.11.241.10–1.390.000
Household income (¥)
300009.1Reference
300009.20.820.72–0.940.003
 Cannot say9.50.900.74–1.100.311
Number of cigarettes smoked per day
 1–1011.7Reference
 11–208.10.800.70–0.900.000
 21+8.20.910.77–1.070.235
Educational campaigns
 No 5Reference
 Yes13.52.582.27–2.940.000
Smoking bans
 No5.8Reference
 Yes10.91.311.14–1.510.000

Bold values indicate a significant difference at .

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