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Table. 3 Results of logistic regression models predicting recognition of the ‘Get the facts’ logo

From: Do consumers ‘Get the facts’? A survey of alcohol warning label recognition in Australia

  OR (95 % CI) p
Gender
Male 1.00  
Female 0.65 (0.40–1.07) .090
Age Wald χ2 p < .001  
18–24 1.00  
25–34 0.85 (0.47–1.56) .610
35–45 0.35 (0.19–0.65) .001
Education
Less than tertiary 1.00  
Tertiary or above 0.94 (0.59–1.51) .800
Binge drinking 1.61 (1.29–2.00) <.001
Main alcoholic drink Wald χ2 p = .358  
Beer 1.00  
Wine 1.20 (0.65–2.22) .551
Spirits 0.68 (0.33–1.38) .281
Pre-mix 0.60 (0.28–1.29) .191
Cider 0.79 (0.21–2.92) .726
Other 1.56 (0.56–4.40) .397
Drink directly from can or bottle   
Never/not often 1.00  
At least sometimes 1.75 (1.02–3.01) .041
Support for health warning labels   
Neutral or opposed 1.00  
Support/strongly support 1.92 (1.05–3.53) .034
  1. Note. Data weighted by age, sex, and state of residence