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Table 8 Percent of current smokers who usually bought cigarettes in a store, of those who bought in a store the percent not refused purchase because of their age, and those offered free cigarettes by a tobacco company representative, 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 smokers who usually bought their cigarettes in a store Current smokers who usually bought their cigarettes in a store who were not refused purchase because of their age Ever been offered "free" cigarettes by a cigarette company representative
Huancayo, 2000 59.3 (49.8–68.2) (n = 146) 89.8 (79.4–95.3) (n = 81) 11.3 (9.0–14.0) (n = 991)
Lima, 2000 62.4 (55.9–68.5) (n = 194) 70.3 (60.6–78.5) (n = 96) 9.4 (7.9–11.2) (n = 1,201)
Tarapoto, 2000 53.6 (42.9–64.1) (n = 95) 75.2 (59.2–86.4) (n = 43) 8.1 (6.2–10.5) (n = 760)
Trujillo, 2000 59.9 (50.9–68.3) (n = 141) 87.2 (78.4–92.7) (n = 73) 9.6 (7.5–12.2) (n = 1,012)
Huancayo, 2003 66.2 (56.3–74.8) (n = 143) 72.0 (63.0–79.6) (n = 83) 11.2 (8.9–14.1) (n = 978)
Lima, 2003 59.3 (50.3–67.6) (n = 189) 73.9 (62.3–82.9) (n = 97) 9.7 (7.3–12.8) (n = 1,028)
Tarapoto, 2003 53.9 (46.6–61.1) (n = 151) 77.2 (64.8–86.1) (n = 68) 8.9 (7.0–11.4) (n = 1,117)
Trujillo, 2003 71.0 (64.1–77.0) (n = 207) 70.1 (60.9–78.0) (n = 131) 7.7 (6.0–9.7) (n = 1,326)
  1. Values are mean (95% confidence intervals).