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Table 1 Characteristics of 1784 participants of PURE Poland study population

From: Sociodemographic characteristic of changes in smoking patterns in rural and urban population of PURE Poland study: findings from 6-year follow up

  Total Wrocław Villages
Man: n (%) 634 (35.5%) 392 (36.5%) 242 (34.1)
Female: n (%) 1150 (64.5%) 683 (63.5%) 467 (65.9%)
  Baseline 2007–2010 6 years study Baseline 2007–2010 6 years study Baseline 2007–2010 6 years study
Man Age: median (range) 53.8 (±9.9) 60.9 (±9.9) 53.9 (±9.5) 61.1 (±9.5) 53.5 (±10.4) 61.6 (±10.4)
Birth-year cohort Man
 < 1940 38 (6.0) 14 (3.6) 24 (9.9)
 1940–1960 420 (66.2) 277 (70.6) 143 (59.1)
 1961–1979 176 (27.8) 101 (25.8) 75 (31.0)
Women Age: median (range) 54.5 (±9.4) 61.6 (±9.5) 54.5 (±8.6) 61.6 (±8.6) 54.5 (±10.6) 61.6 (±10.6)
Birth-year cohort Women
 < 1940 73 (6.3) 22 (3.2) 51 (10.9)
 1940–1960 835 (72.6) 529 (77.5) 306 (65.5)
 > 1960 242 (21.1) 132 (19.3) 110 (23.6)
Total Age: median (range) 54.2 (±9.6) 61.3 (±9.6) 54.3 (±8.9) 61.4 (±9.0) 54.5 (±10.6) 61.3 (±10.5)
Total Birth-year cohort
 < 1940 111 (6.2) 36 (3.3) 75 (10.6)
 1940–1960 1225 (70.4) 806 (75.0) 449 (63.3)
 > 1960 418 (23.4) 233 (21.7) 185 (26.1)
Education level
 Primary 244 (13.7%) 36 (3.3%) 208 (29.3%)
 Vocational 287 (16.1%) 70 (5.5%) 217 (30.6%)
 Secondary 704 (39.4%) 476 (44.3%) 228 (32.2%)
 Higher 546 (30.6%) 490 (45.6%) 56 (7.9%)
 Missing 3 (0.2%) 3 (0.3%) 0 (0.0%)