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Table 3 Quit ratios by selected sociodemographic characteristics and gender

From: Current and past smoking patterns in a Central European urban population: a cross-sectional study in a high-burden country

  Men (n = 976)   Women (n = 1178)  
Variable, N (%) Current smoking (n = 230) Past smoking (n = 306) Quit ratio P* Current smoking (n = 242) Past smoking (n = 275) Quit ratio P*
Age, years     0.03     0.9
 25–34 43 (25.6) 39 (23.2) 47.6   35 (19.6) 42 (23.5) 54.6  
 35–44 56 (22.2) 59 (23.4) 51.3   49 (17.3) 60 (21.1) 55.1  
 45–54 61 (23.8) 81 (31.6) 57.3   66 (21.22) 69 (22.2) 51.1  
 55–64 70 (23.3) 127 (42.3) 64.5   92 (22.8) 104 (25.7) 53.1  
Marital status     0.04     0.01
 Single 55 (26.6) 45 (21.7) 45.0   48 (23.9) 37 (18.4) 43.5  
 Married 138 (21.6) 214 (33.5) 60.8   116 (16.7) 170 (24.5) 59.4  
 Divorced 33 (28.45) 41 (35.3) 55.4   64 (28.7) 59 (26.5) 48.0  
 Widowed 4 (36.4) 4 (36.4) 50.0   14 (25.0) 9 (16.1) 39.1  
Education     0.06     0.01
 Primary 80 (39.4) 78 (38.4) 49.4   65 (29.0) 59 (26.3) 47.6  
 Secondary 87 (24.9) 127 (36.3) 59.4   128 (23.8) 129 (23.9) 50.2  
 Higher 63 (14.9) 101 (23.9) 61.6   49 (11.8) 87 (21.0) 64.0  
Household income, CZK     0.5     0.1
 Low (<30 000) 89 (28.3) 107 (34.0) 54.6   135 (24.0) 131 (23.3) 49.3  
 Middle (30 000–45 000) 70 (22.4) 107 (34.2) 60.5   58 (18.2) 78 (24.5) 57.4  
 High (45 000+) 57 (19.2) 78 (26.3) 57.8   34 (15.7) 51 (23.6) 60.0  
Occupation     0.002     0.1
 Manager/self-employed 84 (20.1) 142 (34.1) 62.8   55 (20.0) 63 (22.9) 53.4  
 Skilled/professional 117 (24.4) 145 (30.3) 55.3   157 (20.8) 174 (23.1) 52.6  
 Non-skilled/junior 12 (25.5) 15 (31.9) 55.6   17 (18.1) 22 (23.4) 56.4  
 Unemployed 16 (53.3) 4 (12.2) 20.0   12 (25.5) 14 (29.8) 53.9  
  1. P*: p-value, Pearson chi-square test