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Table. 5 Results of logistic regression models predicting visiting the DrinkWise website

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

  OR (95 % CI) p
Gender
Male 1.00  
Female 0.23 (0.08–0.63) .004
Age Wald χ2 p = .304  
18–24 1.00  
25–34 0.80 (0.27–2.38) .682
35–45 0.46 (0.15–1.42) .176
Education
Less than tertiary 1.00  
Tertiary or above 1.27 (0.50–3.26) .613
Binge drinking 1.56 (1.07–2.78) .022
Main alcoholic drink Wald χ2 p = .004  
Beer 1.00  
Wine 10.25 (3.35–33.36) <.001
Spirits 6.23 (1.57–24.73) .009
Pre-mix 0.77 (0.08–7.87) .827
Cider 2.45 (0.16–38.05) .520
Other 2.78 (0.24–32.27) .413
Drink directly from can or bottle
Never/not often 1.00  
At least sometimes 3.50 (1.11–11.02) .032
Support for health warning labels
Neutral or opposed 1.00  
Support/strongly support 4.27 (1.09–16.80) .038
Recognition of the ‘Get the facts’ logo
No 1.00  
Yes 7.25 (2.50–21.01) <.001
  1. Note. Data weighted by age, sex, and state of residence