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Table 3 Bivariate and multivariate logistic regression predicting likelihood of women in Aleta Wondo, Ethiopia reporting daily occurrence of smoking/SHS in the home [n = 338]

From: Factors associated with secondhand tobacco smoke in the home: an exploratory cross-sectional study among women in Aleta Wondo, Ethiopia

  Unadjusted OR [95 % CI]a p value Adjusted OR [95 % CI]b p value
Maternal agec 1.04 [0.99, 1.08] .09 1.01 [0.96, 1.07] .65
Household Decision-makingd 1.26 [0.96, 1.65] .09 0.91 [0.64, 1.28] .57
Place of residence (urbanicity)e 4.58 [2.26, 9.29] <.001 2.74 [1.11, 6.74] .03
Ethnicity [tribal association] f 3.56 [1.92, 6.60] <.001 1.44 [0.59, 3.49] .42
Member of household is a current user of tobacco products 12.28 [6.13, 24.58] <.001 9.91 [3.32, 29.59] <.001
Member of household involved in growing, manufacturing or selling of tobacco products 12.28 [5.27, 28.61] .10 2.67 [0.81, 8.79] .11
Smoking allowed in home (No home smoking ban)g 2.57 [0.95–6.98] <.001 5.67 [2.51, 12.79] <.001
Exposure to point-of-sale tobacco advertising, within last 30 daysh 2.02 [1.10, 3.72] .03 2.87 [1.26, 6.54] .01
Ever use khat h 2.04 [0.90, 4.61] .09 1.14 [0.41, 3.15] .80
  1. aSignificance p < .10
  2. bSignificance p < .05
  3. cContinuous variable (years). Six ‘Don’t know’ responses were excluded
  4. dContinuous variable (composite HDM score)
  5. eReference category: Residing in a rural district (versus urban)
  6. fReference category: Sidama (versus non-Sidama)
  7. gReference category: Smoking never allowed in home (versus ‘Allowed’ and ‘Not allowed, but exceptions’)
  8. hReference category: No