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Table 2 Ban support and associated factors

From: Compliance and enforcement of a partial smoking ban in Lisbon taxis: an exploratory cross-sectional study

Ban support   Strongly agree/agree   Strongly disagree/disagree   Total   Crude OR 95%CI p value Adjusted OR 95%CI p value MLR (Strong ban support)
   n % n % n %        
Smoking behaviour N-Smokers 133 94.3 8 5.7 141 100 7.86 3.47–17.84 <0.001 6.27 3.05–12.86 <0.001 Model explanation
Ref Smokers 74 67.9 35 32.1 109 100        77.8%
  Total 207 82.8 43 17.2 250 100        
Smoke-free Home * Yes 117 90.7 12 9.3 129 100 3.82 1.84–7.95 <0.001 ns    Hosmer and Lemeshow test
Ref No 74 71.8 29 28.2 103 100        p = 0.296
  Total 191 82.3 41 17.7 232 100        
Smoke-free Car ** Yes 115 95.8 5 4.2 120 100 11.17 4.17–29.91 <0.001 2.39 1.16–4.90 0.018 Model p value
Ref No 70 67.3 34 32.7 104 100        <0.001
  Total 185 82.6 39 17.4 224 100        
Cigarettes per day ≤20 19 45.2 23 54.8 42 100 2.63 1.15–6.02 0.20 ns    
Ref >20 16 23.9 51 76.1 67 100        
  Total 35 32.1 74 67.9 109 100        
Strong ban support   Yes    No    Crude OR 95%CI p value Adjusted OR 95%CI p value  
   n %* n % n %        
Shift work Day 72 62.6 43 37.4 115 100 3.50 1.86–6.59 <0.001 ns    
Ref Night 22 32.4 46 67.6 68 100        
  Total 94 51.4 89 48.6 183 100        
Health beliefs Yes 78 73.6 28 26.4 106 100 4.38 2.53–7.56 <0.001 3.71 1.85–7.43 <0.001  
Ref No 56 38.9 88 61.1 144 100        
  Total 134 53.6 116 46.4 250 100        
  1. OR Odds ratio, MLR Multiple logistic regression, Ref Reference category for comparison; ns: non-significant; * not-applicable: “I live in a rented room” (n = 18); ** not-applicable “I do not have a private car” (n = 26). Adjusted OR derived from MLR model adjusted for driver’s smoking behaviour, Smoke-free car, Smoke-free home, tobacco consumption, shift work, health believes.