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Table 4 Exposure to secondhand smoke in private and public locations pre- and post-legislation amongst 10-11 year old children in Wales

From: Changes in child exposure to secondhand smoke after implementation of smoke-free legislation in Wales: a repeated cross-sectional study

Location I wasn't in this location yesterday
n(%)
No one was smoking there
n(%)
Yes, someone was smoking there
n(%)
I Don't know
n(%)
Total
n(%)
Home (P = 0.56*)
2007 88(5.55) 1051(66.23) 328(20.67) 120(7.56) 1587
2008 64(4.05) 1071(67.78) 313(19.81) 132(8.35) 1580
Car (P = 0.98*)
2007 383(24.55) 1011(64.81) 107(6.86) 59(3.78) 1560
2008 367(23.11) 1056(66.50) 107(6.74) 58(3.65) 1588
Someone else's home (P = 0.14*)
2007 881(55.44) 454(28.57) 153(9.63) 101(6.36) 1589
2008 886(55.58) 496(31.12) 129(8.09) 83(5.21) 1594
Café or restaurant (P < 0.001*)
2007 1363(86.16) 109(6.89) 40(2.53) 70(4.43) 1582
2008 1365(85.63) 151(9.47) 12(0.75) 66(4.14) 1594
Bus or train (P < 0.01*)
2007 1352(85.52) 159(10.06) 16(1.01) 54(3.42) 1581
2008 1408(88.50) 129(8.11) 5(0.31) 49(3.08) 1591
Indoor leisure facility (P = 0.03*)
2007 1200(75.95) 253(16.01) 38(2.41) 89(5.63) 1580
2008 1208(75.97) 294(18.49) 20(1.26) 68(4.28) 1590
  1. * tests for changes between survey years based on number of children reporting someone smoking in a location versus all other responses (including missing); significance levels for design adjusted chi-squared analysis shown.