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Table 2 Retailer opinions associated with store noncompliance with POS provisions

From: Retailer opinions about and compliance with family smoking prevention and tobacco control act point of sale provisions: a survey of tobacco retailers

Constructs [AOR (95 % CI)] (n = 161) Model 1 Barriers awareness and source Model 2 Individual covariates Model 3 Individual and store covariates Model 4 Individual, store and neighborhood covariates Model 5 Individual, store, neighborhood and county covariates
Model A (Owners/Managers n = 161)
Awareness of regulations 1.99 (.84, 4.75) 2.03 (.83, 4.97) 2.61 (1.14, 5.95) 2.74 (.95, 7.78) 2.07 (.65, 6.58)
Source of information .19 (.03, 1.15) .11 (.01, .88) .06 (.01, .81) .03 (.00, 1.32) .03 (.00, 1.45)
Barriers 2.13 (1.31, 3.46) 2.42 (1.38, 4.25) 2.64 (1.49, 4.68) 4.62 (2.47, 8.64) 5.56 (2.24, 12.26)
Model B (Owners/Managers/Clerks n = 249)
POS support .61 (.37, 1.00) .56 (.34, .90) .57 (.33, .99) .59 (.35, .99) .59 (.36, .97)
  1. General Estimating Equations (GEE) controlling for covariates: Model 2 individual (smoking status, respondent type); Model 3 store (store type, total amount of tobacco marketing material); Model 4 neighborhood (% African American residents, % Hispanic residents, % residents under family poverty, % residents with college degree); and Model 5 county
  2. Bold font indicates factors that are statistically significant at the p < .05 level