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Table 4 Percent of students exposed to smoke at home, exposed to smoke in public places, and support ban on smoking in public places, 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 Exposed to smoking from others at home in the past 7 days Exposed to smoke in public places in the past 7 days Thought smoking should be banned in public places
Huancayo, 2000 23.7 (20.8–26.9) (n = 997) 34.5 (29.9–39.5) (n = 1,000) 89.3 (86.3–91.7) (n = 997)
Lima, 2000 30.9 (27.8–34.1) (n = 1,209) 44.4 (40.8–48.1) (n = 1,211) 88.2 (85.5–90.5) (n = 1,209)
Tarapoto, 2000 33.0 (30.4–35.7) (n = 762) 39.5 (35.8–43.3) (n = 764) 90.5 (87.0–93.1) (n = 759)
Trujillo, 2000 27.8 (25.1–30.7) (n = 1,017) 40.3 (36.2–44.5) (n = 1,021) 89.8 (86.6–92.4) (n = 1,018)
Huancayo, 2003 17.8 (15.4–20.6) (n = 970) 30.2 (27.2–33.4) (n = 967) 86.5 (83.8–88.8) (n = 993)
Lima, 2003 25.1 (22.4–27.9) (n = 985) 41.7 (36.2–47.5) (n = 990) 85.9 (81.3–89.5) (n = 1,030)
Tarapoto, 2003 27.2 (24.2–30.5) (n = 1,051) 35.5 (31.8–39.3) (n = 1,055) 88.7 (86.1–90.8) (n = 1,122)
Trujillo, 2003 19.8 (17.6–22.2) (n = 1,299) 33.1 (29.2–37.2) (n = 1,281) 89.2 (86.6–91.4) (n = 1,331)
  1. Values are mean (95% confidence intervals).