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Table 4 Support for comprehensive smoke-free policies in public settings by smoking behaviour

From: Are physicians aware of their role in tobacco control? A conference-based survey in Portugal

Suport Strongly agree    Agree   Disagree   Strongly disagree   Total Missings Statistical tests
  Non-smokers Smokers   Non-smokers Smokers Non-smokers Smokers Non-smokers Smokers N   
Settings n; % n; % OR*; 95% CI p-value* n; % n; % n; % n; % n; % n; %   n; % McNemar p-value
Wplaces 447; 93.3 97; 77.0 4.61; 2.59-8.21 p < 0.001 25; 5.2 23; 18.3 1; 0.2 3; 2.4 1; 0.2 1; 08 598 7;1.2 0.345
Public adm 450; 93.9 103; 81.7 3.36; 1.81-6.25 p < 0.001 24; 5.0 19; 15.1 1; 0.2 1; 0.8 1; 0.2 0; 0.0 599 6; 1.0 Refer
Health I 458; 95.6 115; 91.3 2.00; 0.91-4.37 p = 0.081 15; 3.1 5; 4.0 2; 0.4 3; 2.4 3; 0.6 2; 1.6 603 2; 0.3 0.009
Health O 312; 65.1 43; 34.1 3.45; 2.27-5.24 p < 0.001 101; 21.1 29; 23.0 60; 12.5 37; 29.4 3; 0.6 12; 9.5 597 8; 1.3 <0.001
School I 459; 95.8 112; 88.9 2.89; 1.34-6.23 p = 0.005 14; 2.9 10; 7.9 1; 0.2 2; 1.6 2; 0.4 0; 0.0 600 5; 0.8 <0.001
School O 274; 57.2 44; 34.9 2.47; 1.63-3.72 p < 0.001 108; 22.5 24; 19.0 77; 16.1 39; 31.0 12; 2.5 15; 11.9 593 12; 2.0 <0.001
Rest 371; 77.5 54; 42.9 4.54; 2.98-6.89 p < 0.001 88; 18.4 42; 33.3 14; 2.9 24; 19.0 1; 0.2 2; 1.6 596 9; 1.5 <0.001
Bars/Disc 297; 62.0 36; 28.6 4.06; 2.64-6.24 p < 0.001 140; 29.2 38; 30.2 35; 7.3 39; 31.0 2; 0.4 10; 7.9 597 8; 1.3 <0.001
Shopping malls 329; 68.7 59; 46.8 2.41; 1.61-3.61 p < 0.001 130; 27.1 48; 38.1 16; 3.3 13; 10.3 2; 0.4 3; 2.4 600 5; 0.8 <0.001
  1. 95% CI: 95% confidence intervals; Disc: Discos; I: indoors; *OR: crude odds ratio (regarding strongly agree against the others category responses, reference: smokers); O: outdoors; Public adm: public administrations buildings; Refer: Reference category for comparison (McNemar test); Rest: restaurants; Wplaces: Workplaces. Non-smokers: never-smokers + ex-smokers.