Table 3

Agreement with tobacco control attitude statements reported by University staff and students
Non-smokers N (%) Ex-smokers N (%) Smokers N (%) Total N (%)
Our campus should be smoke-free including all out door areas 517 (67.1) 54 (50.5) 18 (20.0) 589* (60.8)
The restrictions on where you can smoke makes it hard for smokers at Curtin University 275 (35.7) 54 (50.5) 44 (48.9) 373** (38.5)
There should be some places at Curtin University where people can go to smoke 377 (48.9) 72 (67.3) 70 (77.8) 519* (53.6)
There should be more help or support at Curtin University for people who want to quit smoking 470 (61) 59 (55.1) 43 (47.8) 572** (59.1)
Because of their professional role, Curtin University staff have a responsibility to be non-smokers 280 (36.3) 20 (18.7) 8 (8.9) 308* (31.8)
Our campus should be smoke-free in all buildings 724 (93.9) 97 (90.7) 63 (70) 884* (91.3)
Our campus should be completely smoke-free 553 (71.7) 63 (58.9) 20 (22.2) 636* (65.7)

Agreement with the statement indicated by strongly agree or agree.

*pā€‰<ā€‰0.001.

**pā€‰<ā€‰0.05.

Burns et al.

Burns et al. BMC Public Health 2013 13:738   doi:10.1186/1471-2458-13-738

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