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Table 2 Multivariable analysis – Factors associated with SHS exposure in the German Health Update (2012)

From: Factors associated with secondhand smoke exposure in different settings: Results from the German Health Update (GEDA) 2012

  B Std. Error Wald OR 95 % CI p-value*
Intercept −3.17 0.10 1,019.21    
Sex
 Male 0.65 0.05 194.91 1.91 1.75–2.10 <0.001
 Female (ref.)     1.00   
Age
 18–29 years 2.43 0.08 850.66 11.38 9.67–13.41 <0.001
 30–44 years 1.79 0.08 528.99 5.97 5.12–6.95 <0.001
 45–64 years 1.26 0.07 301.69 3.53 3.06–4.07 <0.001
  + 65 years (ref.)     1.00   
Educational status
 Low 0.75 0.08 94.57 2.13 1.83–2.47 <0.001
 Middle 0.60 0.06 119.88 1.83 1.64–2.03 <0.001
 High (ref.)     1.00   
Migrant background
 Yes 0.32 0.13 5.87 1.38 1.06–1.78 0.015
 No (ref.)     1.00   
Place of residence
 Urban 0.17 0.04 12.51 1.19 1.08–1.31 <0.001
 Rural (ref.)     1.00   
Living together with partner
 Yes −0.29 0.06 27.79 0.75 0.67–0.83 <0.001
 No (ref.)     1.00   
Physical activity (hours per week)
 ≥2.5 h 0.16 0.05 12.09 1.18 1.07–1.29 0.001
 <2.5 h (ref.)     1.00   
Risky alcohol consumption
 Yes 0.30 0.05 34.47 1.35 1.22–1.50 <0.001
 No (ref.)     1.00   
  1. Reference category: not exposed; weighted results
  2. *p-value based on two-tailed Pearson’s χ2 test