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Table 6 Percent of students who saw advertisements on billboards, or in newspapers or magazines, and had an object with a tobacco company logo on it, 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 Saw ads for cigarettes on billboards in the past month Saw ads for cigarettes in newspapers or magazines in the past month Had an object with a cigarette brand logo on it
Huancayo, 2000 70.3 (65.3–74.8) (n = 989) 77.1 (73.6–80.2) (n = 983) 12.8 (9.8–16.4) (n = 983)
Lima, 2000 78.3 (74.6–81.6) (n = 1,198) 84.7 (82.4–86.7) (n = 1,197) 13.8 (11.4–16.7) (n = 1,190)
Tarapoto, 2000 76.6 (74.1–78.8) (n = 755) 82.5 (79.0–85.5) (n = 752) 7.4 (5.5–9.9) (n = 756)
Trujillo, 2000 71.4 (68.0–74.7) (n = 1,008) 77.6 (72.6–81.8) (n = 1,000) 11.8 (9.0–15.3) (n = 1,003)
Huancayo, 2003 69.0 (64.6–73.0) (n = 984) 72.4 (67.4–77.0) (n = 975) 13.7 (11.4–16.4) (n = 965)
Lima, 2003 76.9 (71.5–81.5) (n = 1,027) 82.0 (78.5–85.1) (n = 1,022) 12.5 (9.9–15.8) (n = 1,016)
Tarapoto, 2003 74.4 (70.9–77.6) (n = 1,119) 78.4 (74.8–81.7) (n = 1,116) 10.6 (8.8–12.7) (n = 1,108)
Trujillo, 2003 73.1 (69.3–76.6) (n = 1,328) 78.8 (75.0–82.1) (n = 1,325) 11.7 (9.3–14.6) (n = 1,319)
  1. Values are mean (95% confidence intervals).