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Table 2 Percent of students who were current cigarette smokers, current users of tobacco products other than cigarettes, and current smokers who were dependent on tobacco products, Peru GYTS, 2000 and 2003

From: Prevalence of smoking and other smoking related behaviors reported by the Global Youth Tobacco Survey (GYTS) in four Peruvian cities

Site Current cigarette smokers Currently used other tobacco products Current cigarette smokers who felt like having a cigarette first thing in the morning
Huancayo, 2000 15.6 (12.0–20.0) (n = 943) 7.6 (5.7–10.2) (n = 997) 0.9 (0.1–7.1) (n = 115)
Lima, 2000 18.6 (15.2–22.5) (n = 1,120) 6.3 (4.6–8.7) (n = 1,208) 3.4 (1.2–8.9) (n = 146)
Tarapoto, 2000 14.3 (11.2–18.1) (n = 712) 5.6 (3.7–8.2) (n = 757) 0.0 (n = 64)
Trujillo, 2000 16.3 (12.8–20.6) (n = 928) 5.3 (3.6–7.5) (n = 1,016) 3.6 (0.7–16.4) (n = 110)
Huancayo, 2003 15.6 (12.9–18.8) (n = 929) 6.3 (4.6–8.7) (n = 993) 0.8 (0.1–5.9) (n = 115)
Lima, 2003 19.2 (15.1–24.0) (n = 972) 7.9 (5.9–10.4) (n = 1,040) 2.6 (0.7–9.2) (n = 144)
Tarapoto, 2003 15.5 (12.4–19.1) (n = 1,039) 6.4 (5.0–8.0) (n = 1,123) 1.2 (0.2–8.4) (n = 106)
Trujillo, 2003 15.3 (11.4–20.2) (n = 1,257) 6.1 (4.5–8.3) (n = 1,340) 3.9 (1.2–12.1) (n = 165)
  1. Values are mean (95% confidence intervals).