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Table 1 Participants’ characteristics

From: Relationship between e-cigarette point of sale recall and e-cigarette use in secondary school children: a cross-sectional study

  n (valid %) Missing data n (%)
Gender - female 1884 (49.7 %) 16 (0.4 %)
Ethnic group - white 3480 (92.3 %) 39 (1.0 %)
Family affluence scale - low 1268 (34.2 %) 105 (2.8 %)
Family affluence scale - medium 1157 (31.2 %) 105 (2.8 %)
Family affluence scale - high 1278 (34.5 %) 105 (2.8 %)
Never smoked tobacco 3001 (80.2 %) 64 (1.7 %)
Tried an e-cigarette 699 (22.7 %) 729 (19.1 %)
Tried an e-cig recoded 699 (18.8 %) 84 (2.2 %)
Intends to try e-cigarettes 296 (9.8 %) 785 (20.6 %)
Intends to try e-cig recoded 296 (8.1 %) 140 (3.68 %)
Recall e-cig supermarket - yes 1086 (29.2 %) 82 (2.2 %)
Recall e-cig small shop - yes 1014 (27.7 %) 83 (2.2 %)
Recall internet e-cig ads - yes 2550 (68.5 %) 86 (2.3 %)
Recall other e-cig ads - yes 1694 (45.5 %) 85 (2.2 %)
Intention to smoke in next year- definitely/probably yes 448 (12.1 %) 97 (2.5 %)
Recall cig supermarket - yes 2918 (78.1 %) 70 (1.8 %)
Recall cig small shop - yes 2736 (73.4 %) 79 (2.1 %)
Recall internet cig ads - yes 2459 (66.1 %) 84 (2.2 %)