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Table 2 Logistic and linear regression models assessing differences in alcohol portrayals between US and nationally produced films

From: Comparison of tobacco and alcohol use in films produced in Europe, Latin America, and the United States

  Alcohol
  Youth-rated films All films
  Prevalence Seconds Prevalence Seconds
Country OR 95 % CI β 95 % CI OR 95 % CI β 95 % CI
US ref.   ref.   ref.   ref.  
Germany 1.28 (0.58–2.85) 55.11 (−8.87–119.08) 1.11 (0.51–2.45) 38.89 (−30.76–108.54)
Iceland 3.28 (0.43–25.25) −20.28 (−128.07–87.51) 2.84 (0.37–21.83) −36.50 (−155.50–82.51)
Italy 6.44* (1.53–27.06) 70.93* (12.83–129.03) 5.59* (1.34–23.35) 54.71 (−8.24–117.66)
Netherlands 0.71 (0.31–1.64) −63.63 (−146.95–19.69) 0.61 (0.28–1.34) −44.04 (−130.98–42.91)
Poland omitteda   −68.95 (−224.67–86.77) 4.93 (0.46–8.66) 0.66 (−90.86–92.18)
UK 1.75 (0.39–7.79) 9.73 (−94.80–114.27) 1.99 (0.44–1.76) 9.51 (−91.75–110.76)
Mexico 0.51 (0.19–1.38) 58.54 (−53.10–169.67) 0.87 (0.85–6.88) 87.40* (20.26–154.54)
Argentina 2.57 (0.89–7.38) 58.54 (−5.44–122.52) 2.42 (4.15–6.70) 65.75 (−1.39–132.90)
  1. *p < .05, **p < .01, ***p < .001
  2. Notea: Omitted due to predicting success perfectly (100 % of films contain alcohol)