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Table 5 Logistic regression results of participant’s response against tobacco sales to minor and related factors for participants who never smoked

From: The opinions of adults about the ban on cigarette sales to minors

  OR P 95% CI
Constant 0.16 <0.001  
Educational Status
 Literate/Primary/Secondary (ref) 1   
 High School 0.91 0.709 0.57–1.47
 University 0.99 0.984 0.62–1.59
Age
 18–24 (ref) 1   
 25–34 0.95 0.843 0.56–1.60
 35 and above years 0.99 0.988 0.58–1.70
Income level
 Middle, lower middle,/ lowest (ref) 1   
 Highest /higher middle 1.86 0.001 1.28–2.72
Working Status
 Not working (ref) 1   
 Working 1.23 0.326 0.81–1.88
Sales of tobacco to minors
 Not prohibited (ref) 1   
 Prohibited 2.06 0.001 1.34–3.16
Smoking ratio in high school
 6–7 adolescents out of 10 (ref) 1   
 4–5 adolescents out of 10 1.71 0.014 1.12–2.62
 2–3 adolescents out of 10 2.25 0.003 1.33–3.83
 One adolescent out of 10 2.06 0.105 0.86–4.94
  1. Classification Rate: % 64.5; Hosmer-Lemeshow Test: p = 0.215
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