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Table 4 Factors predicting statement agreement: multivariate analysis

From: Message on a bottle: are alcohol warning labels about cancer appropriate?

Statement Factor Agreement ratio (95 % CI) Agreement difference (95 % CI) p-value
Raise awareness about the link between regular alcohol consumption and cancer Female sex 1.07 (1.04–1.10) 0.04 (0.01–0.07) <0.001
Risk 1.32 (1.22–1.44) 0.24 (0.17–0.30) <0.001
Prompt conversations about the cancer risk involved in drinking alcohol regularly Reassess 1.87 (1.61–2.18) 0.45 (0.36–0.53) <0.001
Prompt me to drink alcohol less often Reassess 8.59 (5.13–14.40) 0.56 (0.48–0.53) <0.001
Prompt my friends to drink alcohol less often ≥43 years 1.40 (1.05–1.86) 0.09 (0.04–0.14) 0.024
Risk 9.45 (4.50–19.90) 0.37 (0.30–0.46) <0.001
AUDIT-C <4 1.42 (1.06–1.89) 0.11 (0.02–0.16) 0.019
Prompt me to talk to my family/friends about the cancer risks associated with alcohol Reassess 3.44 (2.61–4.54) 0.52 (0.22–0.63) <0.001
Prompt me to educate my children about the cancer risk associated with alcohol Reassess 14.71 (8.16–26.51) 0.49 (0.41–0.58) <0.001
  1. Notes. Agreement that with the statement about generally reassessing behaviour based on warning labels is abbreviated to ‘Reassess’; prefer to have product labels so I know what the risks are abbreviated to ‘Risk’
  2. All models included age and sex