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Table 2 Exposure to tobacco advertisements among Jamaican adolescents in 2000 and 2006

From: Cigarette smoking and associated factors among in-school adolescents in Jamaica: comparison of the Global Youth Tobacco Surveys 2000 and 2006

  Year 2000 Year 2006  
Characteristic    P value
Seen cigarette brand name on TV in past 30 days 76.9 (74.6–79.0) 67.4 (65.0–69.7) 0.080
   Males 76.4 (72.6–79.7) 66.0 (62.5–69.3)  
   Females 77.4 (74.6–80.0) 68.7 (65.5–71.8)  
Has item with cigarette brand logo 13.9 (12.2–15.8) 16.4 (14.6–18.3) 0.296
   Males 15.7 (12.8–19.0) 19.4 (16.6–22.4)  
Females 12.2 (10.3–14.4) 13.5 (11.4–15.9)  
Seen tobacco adverts on billboards in past 30 days 66.0 (66.5–68.4) 62.9 (60.5–65.2) 0.037
Males 64.9 (60.8–68.7) 63.0 (59.5–66.3)  
   Females 67.0 (64.0–69.9) 62.8 (59.5–66.0)  
Seen tobacco adverts in newspapers/magazines in past 30 days 61.4 (58.8–63.8) 56.5 (54.1–58.9) <0.001
Males 61.7 (57.6–65.6) 56.2 (52.7–59.8)  
Females 61.1 (58.0–64.1) 56.8 (53.4–60.1)