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Table 4 Agreement with the hospital tobacco control policy and some statements among all workers and smoker workers

From: Impact of a long-term tobacco-free policy at a comprehensive cancer center: a series of cross-sectional surveys

  Baseline After 1stban After 2ndban p for trend
(All n = 580/Smokers = 192) (All n = 462/Smokers n = 141 (All n = 221/Smokers n = 49)
% 95% CI % 95% CI % 95% CI
Agreement with the hospital tobacco control policy       
All 59.9 (55.9-63.8) 61.7 (65.2-73.8) 76.4 (70.8-81.9) <0.001
Smokers* 57.8 (50.8-64.7) 53.2 (44.8-61.5) 71.4 (58.7-84.1) 0.320
Health professionals should set an example and do not smoke      
All 53.8 (49.7-57.8) 62.8 (58.4-67.2) 61.4 (72.2-83.2) 0.009
Smokers 43.8 (36.8-50.8) 47.5 (39.1-55.8) 22.4 (10.7-34.1) 0.068
Teachers should set an example and do not smoke       
All 56.2 (52.3-60.4) 62.6 (58.4-67.2) 64.5 (58.5-71.1) 0.014
Smokers 43.2 (36.2-50.2) 46.1 (37.8-54.4) 30.6 (17.7-43.5) 0.303
Parents should set an example and do not smoke       
All 68.8 (64.2-71.8) 70.8 (66.6-74.9) 77.3 (71.2-82.8) 0.027
Smokers 59.9 (52.9-66.8) 59.5 (51.3-67.7) 49.0 (35.0-62.9) 0.266
Taxes should increase to decrease tobacco consumption       
All 52.8 (48.4-56.6) 44.2 (65.2-73.8) 57.5 (50.89-64.0) 0.875
Smokers 37.0 (30.2-43.8) 39.0 (30.9-47.1) 36.7 (23.2-50.2) 0.892
  1. *Smokers include daily and occasional smokers.