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Table 3 Logistic regression analysis for the intention to quit smoking

From: Responses to textual and pictorial cigarette pack health warnings: findings from an exploratory cross-sectional survey study in Austria

  Intention to quit smoking (ref.: not at all)
  b OR [95% CI] p
(Intercept) 0.66 1.93 [0.74, 5.01] 0.18
Warnings Impact Score 0.60 1.82 [1.32, 2.51] 0.00
Assessment of the validity of warnings −0.06 0.94 [0.74, 1.20] 0.64
Smoking risk assessment 0.54 1.72 [1.29, 2.28] 0.00
Use of neutral covers (ref.: no)    
Yes −0.29 0.75 [0.42, 1.34] 0.33
Cigarette dependence (FTCD) 0.05 1.05 [0.78, 1.42] 0.74
Smoking status (ref.: regularly)    
Occasionally 0.06 1.06 [0.54, 2.08] 0.87
Number of years smoking (ref.: ≤3 years)    
4–10 years 0.73 2.07 [0.84, 5.07] 0.11
>10 years −0.09 0.91 [0.35, 2.40] 0.86
Household income (ref.: ≤2000 Euros)    
2001–3000 Euros −0.10 0.90 [0.51, 1.60] 0.72
>3000 Euros 0.03 1.03 [0.52, 2.03] 0.93
Educational level (ref.: still in school/compulsory)    
Apprenticeship/vocational 0.61 1.84 [0.89, 3.79] 0.10
High school diploma 0.37 1.45 [0.68, 3.12] 0.34
University degree 0.47 1.60 [0.63, 4.07] 0.32
Age group (ref.: 15–23 years)    
>23 years −0.04 0.96 [0.38, 2.43] 0.93
Sex (ref.: male)    
Female 0.18 1.20 [0.75, 1.92] 0.45
  1. N=460. Pooled pseudo- R2 [3638]: McFadden, 0.122; Cox & Snell, 0.133; Nagelkerke, 0.192. WIS, Warnings Impact Score. ref., Reference group. b, unstandardised regression coefficient. OR, odds ratio. CI, Confidence interval. p, p-value. FTCD, Fagerström Test for Cigarette Dependence. Continuous variables were included as standardized measures