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Table 3 Results of Unadjusted and Adjusted Models for Subjective Social Status Predicting Smoking Abstinence

From: Subjective social status predicts long-term smoking abstinence

Variables in Unadjusted Model OR 95% CI
   Social Status Ladder 1.23 1.11-1.36
Variables in Adjusted Model OR 95% CI
   Race/ethnicity   
Non-Latino White 1  
Non-Latino Black 0.90 0.54-1.53
Latino 0.98 0.58-1.67
   Sex   
Male 1  
Female 1.09 0.73-1.64
   Age 1.04 1.01-1.07
   Partner Status   
Married or living with partner 1  
Other (e.g., single) 0.82 .053-1.28
   Annual Household Income   
<20,000 0.79 0.48-1.31
≥20,000 1  
   Education Level   
<High school 1  
High school/GED 1.00 0.51-1.97
Some college (no degree) 1.20 0.63-2.30
College degree 0.97 0.49-1.91
   Employment Status   
Employed 1  
Unemployed 0.51 0.31-0.85
   Average number of CPD 1.01 0.98-1.03
   Number of years smoked 0.99 0.97-1.02
   Social Status Ladder 1.14 1.00-1.28
  1. Note: OR = Odds Ratio. CPD = Self-reported number of cigarettes smoked per day at baseline. GED = General Equivalency Degree. Both unadjusted and adjusted models controlled for stage.
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