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Table 2 Gain in average life expectancy in the population under various smoking reduction scenarios for males

From: Gains in life expectancy in the Australian population due to reductions in smoking: comparisons between interventions targeting the population versus interventions in a specific high risk group

Scenarios ALE
(95% CI)
Gain in ALE relative to Base scenario
Baseline 36.12 (35.81, 36.43)
10% rate 36.43 (35.89, 36.88) 0.31
0% rate 36.90 (36.33, 37.63) 0.78
10% rate
Homeless
36.17 (35.69, 36.78) 0.05
10% rate pop & homeless 36.48 (35.86, 37.03) 0.36
0% rate homeless 36.18 (35.65, 36.59) 0.06
0% rate pop & homeless 36.95 (36.34, 37.39) 0.83
10% rate prisoner 36.17 (35.19, 36.82) 0.05
10% rate pop & prisoner 36.51 (35.88, 37.01) 0.39
0% rate prisoner 36.38 (35.85, 36.86) 0.26
0% rate pop & prisoner 37.02 (36.41, 37.47) 0.90
10% rate mentally ill 36.40 (36.04, 37.25) 0.28
10% rate pop & mentally ill 36.65 (36.23,37.61) 0.53
0% rate mentally ill 36.52 (36.49, 38.52) 0.40
0% rate pop & mentally ill 37.15 (36.63, 37.89) 1.03
10% rate indigenous 36.20 (35.12,36.85) 0.08
10% rate pop & Indigenous 36.51 (35.92, 37.17) 0.39
0% rate indigenous 36.21 (35.74, 37.78) 0.09
0% rate pop & indigenous 36.99 (36.33, 37.85) 0.87
10% rate low SES 36.35 (35.90, 37.30) 0.23
10% rate pop & low SES 36.60 (36.05, 37.50) 0.48
0% rate low SES 36.44 (36.00, 37.14) 0.32
0% rate pop & low SES 37.10 (36.47, 38.02) 0.98