Table 3: Relative risk ratios (RRRs)1 of tobacco product use compared to no tobacco use (weighted 𝑁 = 4 , 1 5 7 ).

Cigarettes-only versus no tobacco use Cigarettes and other tobacco products versus no tobacco use Other tobacco products only versus no tobacco use 
RRR(95% CI)RRR(95% CI)RRR(95% CI)

Age
 18–24Ref.Ref.Ref.
 25–341.48(1.07–2.06)*1.60(1.03–2.49)*0.84(0.47–1.50)
Gender
 MaleRef.Ref.Ref.
 Female1.29(0.96–1.73)0.51(0.34–0.76)**0.17(0.08–0.35)**
Race/ethnicity
 White, non-HispanicRef.Ref.Ref.
 Black, non-Hispanic0.74(0.45–1.20)1.06(0.60–1.90)0.39(0.20–0.78)*
 Other, non-Hispanic0.84(0.44–1.61)0.42(0.14–1.25)0.67(0.14–3.27)
 Hispanic0.38(0.25–0.59)**0.45(0.25–0.79)*0.56(0.26–1.23)
Education
 Less than high school2.42(1.53–3.83)**2.00(1.05–3.81)*0.24(0.04–1.47)
 High school2.06(1.44–2.95)**1.41(0.87–2.29)1.04(0.52–2.08)
 Some collegeRef.Ref.Ref.
 Bachelor’s degree0.42(0.25–0.73)*0.34(0.16–0.68)*0.27(0.12–0.58)**
 Graduate or professional degree0.32(0.16–0.63)**0.19(0.07–0.51)**0.09(0.03–0.26)**
Current employment status
 Work full time (35
 hours/week or more)
Ref.Ref.Ref.
 Work part time (15–34
 hours/week)
0.78(0.48–1.24)1.02(0.57–1.85)0.88(0.42–1.87)
 Work part time (less than 15
 hours/week)
1.18(0.70–1.99)1.74(0.80–3.81)0.56(0.13–2.46)
 Do not currently work for pay0.71(0.50–1.01)0.87(0.52–1.45)0.71(0.35–1.42)
Financial situation
 Live comfortably0.61(0.38–0.98)*0.80(0.44–1.46)1.26(0.63–2.49)
 Meet needs with a little leftRef.Ref.Ref.
 Just meet basic expenses1.67(1.20–2.33)*1.25(0.76–2.08)1.15(0.57–2.33)
 Do not meet basic expenses2.79(1.72–4.51)**2.06(1.03–4.14)*0.65(0.22–1.90)

* 𝑃 < 0 . 0 5 , ** 𝑃 < 0 . 0 0 1 .
1Relative risk ratios were calculated using multinomial logistic regression and are adjusted for survey weights and all other variables in the model.