Journal of Environmental and Public Health / 2012 / Article / Tab 3

Research Article

Use of Emerging Tobacco Products in the United States

Table 3

Final logistic regression model showing odds of having tried a waterpipe, snus, or ENDS (N = 3,158).

PredictorsHave tried one of these products adjusted OR (95% confidence interval)

Smoking status
 Former smoker2.71 (2.06, 3.56)
 Nondaily smoker6.13 (4.02, 9.33)
 Daily smoker5.53 (4.03, 7.58)
 Northeast1.68 (1.16, 2.42)
 Midwest1.65 (1.20, 2.28)
 West1.80 (1.36, 2.39)
 18–242.18 (1.60, 2.97)
 Males3.51 (2.77, 4.45)
 High school1.58 (.99, 2.51)
 Some college2.67 (1.69, 4.22)
 College degree2.04 (1.26, 3.30)

Model also included race, not significant. Reference groups were as follows: never smokers, south region, 25 years of age and older, females, and no high school degree.

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