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Table 1 Mean rank scores of responses using the Friedman test

From: Perceptions of anti-smoking messages amongst high school students in Pakistan

Question Mean Rank Score
Did watching a picture of an oral cavity cancer convince you of the harmful effects of smoking? 11.04
Did watching a video of a person on a ventilator convince of you the harmful effects of smoking? 10.91
Did watching a video of a person using an electronic voice box convince you of the harmful effects of smoking? 10.77
Did watching a picture of cancerous lungs convince you of the harmful effects of smoking? 10.43
Did watching a video of a person recovering from stroke convince you of the harmful effects of smoking? 10.19
Smoking causes stroke, does knowing this risk stop you from smoking? 9.99
Smoking causes heart attacks, does knowing this risk stop you from smoking? 9.89
Smoking causes oral cancer, does knowing this risk stop you from smoking? 9.89
Smoking causes throat cancer, does knowing this risk stop you from smoking? 9.77
Smoking causes severe lung disease, does knowing this risk stop you from smoking? 9.57
Religious scholars consider smoking unlawful, does this stop you from smoking? 9.48
Smoking causes lung cancer, does knowing this risk stop you from smoking? 9.17
Does a ban on smoking in public areas stop you from smoking? 8.91
Passive smoking causes harm to others, does knowing this risk stop you from smoking? 8.61
Smoking leads to the use of other more dangerous drugs, does knowing this risk stop you from smoking? 8.16
Smoking is addictive, does knowing this risk stop you from smoking? 7.94
Smoking addiction adversely affects disposable incomes-Does knowing this risk stop you from smoking? 7.74
  1. Friedman's p value < 0.001