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Table 2 Prevalence of smoking at baseline and the final 3 waves (7 to 9-year follow-up)

From: Association between successful smoking cessation and changes in marital and job status and health behaviours: evidence from a 10-wave nationwide survey in Japan

  At wave 1 (baseline) At wave 8–10 (7–9-year follow-up) Drop-outs (C)
Total (A = B + C) Succeeded in quitting smokinga Total (B) [C/A]
Yes No
Men Smoking 7996 1413 3039 4452 3544
   (31.7%) (68.3%) (100%) [44.3%]
Not smoking 8323 5127 203 5330 2993
Total 16,319 6540 3242 9782 6537
Women Smoking 2253 363 831 1194 1059
   (30.4%) (69.8%) (100%) [47.0%]
Not smoking 14,850 9817 125 9942 4908
Total 17,103 10,180 956 11,136 5967
Total Smoking 10,249 1776 3870 5646 4603
   (31.5%) (68.6%) (100%) [44.9%]
Not smoking 23,173 14,944 328 15,272 7901
Total 33,422 16,720 4198 20,918 12,504
  1. Note. aQuit smoking at wave 8 or before and did not smoke after that