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Table 4 Correlates of preferring to try a standard or a dissuasive design (ref = no preference) N = 278

From: Adolescent perceptions of dissuasive sticks: a web survey among 16–20 year olds in Norway

  Prefer standard vs no preference (58.3%) Prefer dissuasive vs no preference (13.7%)
AOR 95% CI for AOR AOR 95% CI for AOR
Intercept
 Age 1.06 0.81 −1.39 1.14 0.78 −1.67
 Female 1.93 0.87 −4.27 0.37 0.13 −1.03
 Low dissuasive appeal 0.71 0.31 −1.62 0.46 0.14 −1.45
 Low standard appeal 0.32** 0.13 −0.79 0.40 0.12 −1.34
Taste difference (ref = no difference between designs)
 Dissuasive best taste 4.11 0.29 −59.23 54.10*** 3.77 − 775.59
 Standard best taste 9.01*** 4.08 −19.94 3.34* 1.14 −9.83
Harm difference (ref = no difference between designs)
 Dissuasive most harmful 5.81*** 1.97 −17.10 16.71** 1.76 − 158.70
 Standard most harmful 3.60 0.21 −62.61 129.49*** 4.54 − 3690.86
Smoking status (ref = non-susceptible non-smoker)
 Smoker 3.54 0.72 −17.39 2.38 0.36 −15.65
 Susceptible 2.21 0.96 −5.08 1.25 0.38 −4.08
 Snus user 0.61 0.22 −1.67 2.19 0.62 −7.74
  1. All independent variables entered simultaneously
  2. AOR Adjusted Odds Ratio, CI Confidence interval, *: p < .05; **: p < .01; ***: p < .001