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Table 1 Demographic and parental characteristics of the studied total sample and subsample

From: Familial determinants of current smoking among adolescents of Lithuania: a cross-sectional survey 2014

Predictors Number Percent P a
Total sample, N = 3696
Gender:
  Boys 1888 51.1  
  Girls 1808 48.9  
Age:
  13-year-old 2004 54.2  
  15-year-old 1692 45.8  
Family FAS:
  Low 1322 36.9  
  Medium 1567 43.7  
  High 696 19.4  
Family structure:
  Intact family 2528 68.6  
  Not-intact family 1158 31.4  
Subsample of respondents living in intact families, N = 2528
Gender:
  Boys 1290 51.0  
  Girls 1238 49.0  
Age:
  13 years old 1392 55.1  
  15 years old 1136 44.9  
Family FAS:
  Low 779 31.7  
  Medium 1110 45.2  
  High 566 23.1  
Satisfaction with family relationships:
  High 2144 86.2  
  Low 342 13.8  
Communication with the father:
  Easy 1484 63.0 <0.001
  Difficult 870 37.0  
Communication with the mother:
  Easy 1791 75.8  
  Difficult 572 24.2  
Quality of communication in the family:
  Good 1567 62.5  
  Poor 941 37.5  
Father's monitoring:
  High 1234 49.2 <0.001
  Low 1274 50.8  
Mother's monitoring:
  High 1549 61.8  
  Low 959 38.2  
School-related parental support:
  High 1294 51.6  
  Low 1214 48.4  
Family time together:
  Often 1177 46.7  
  Rare 1345 53.3  
Father's emotional support:
  High 1445 57.2 0.002
  Low 1083 42.8  
Mother's emotional support:
  High 1555 61.5  
  Low 973 38.5  
Father's parenting style:
  Authoritative- Reciprocal 1045 42.2 <0.001
  Permissive-indulgent 1017 41.2  
  Authoritarian-repressive 194 7.8  
  Permissive-neglectful 218 8.8  
Mather's parenting style:
  Authoritative-reciprocal 1147 46.1  
  Permissive-indulgent 1085 43.6  
  Authoritarian-repressive 158 6.4  
  Permissive-neglectful 98 3.9  
Electronic media communication with parents
  Often 1099 43.5  
  Rare 1428 56.5  
Seeing of the father
  Every day 1912 77.4 <0.001
  Not every day 559 22.6  
Seeing of the mother
  Every day 2333 94.0  
  Not every day 148 6.0  
  1. aSignificant difference in respondents' opinion about the father and the mother (Chi-squared test)