Table 4

Characteristics associated with not nominating a price point, adjusting for all variables in model
Number % unable to nominate a price point Adjusted odds ratio# 95% Confidence interval P - value
Total sample 586 25.6
Pack size
20 121 14.2 1.00
25 240 26.0 1.87 1.00-3.48 0.049
30 or 35 118 23.4 1.27 0.62-2.60 0.516
40 70 41.3 2.53 1.17-5.47 0.019
50 28 32.6 1.47 0.51-4.21 0.478
Level of Consumption
Light 250 19.4 1.00
Medium 188 21.8 0.74 0.44-1.26 0.268
Heavy 144 41.8 2.13 1.25- 3.62 0.005
Frequency of Consumption
Daily 504 27.5 1.00
Weekly 82 14.2 0.38 0.16-0.89 0.025
Quit intention
Not happy to smoke 530 22.7 1.00
Happy to smoke 56 53.4 3.47 1.86-6.47 0.000
Demographics
Sex
Male 307 26.4 1.00
Female 279 24.8 1.12 0.73-1.71 0.616
Age
18 to 29 years 163 14.5 1.00
30 to 49 years 274 25.8 1.97 1.13-3.43 0.017
50 plus 150 37.5 2.84 1.55-5.22 0.001
SES
Low 222 25.3 1.00
Medium 252 27.8 1.30 0.83-2.06 0.253
High 112 21.6 1.07 0.59-1.97 0.817

Footnote= 1.00 reference category for logistic regression analyses, # multivariate model adjusting for all variables.

Scollo et al.

Scollo et al. BMC Public Health 2013 13:650   doi:10.1186/1471-2458-13-650

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