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Table 3 Attitudes towards cigarette smoking distributed by gender in Lithuania.

From: Cigarette smoking among school-going adolescents in Lithuania: Results from the 2005 Global Youth Tobacco Survey

Characteristic Number
of participants
%
of total [95% CI*]
p-value
Felt that boys who smoke cigarette have more friends 832 69.5 [66.3, 72.5] 0.657
   Males 391 68.4 [66.3, 72.5]  
   Females 441 70.3 [66.0, 74.6]  
Felt like girls who smoke cigarettes have more friends 921 37.1 [34.0, 40.3] 0.618
   Males 467 37.8 [33.5, 42.4]  
   Females 454 36.3 [32.0, 40.9]  
Felt that boys who smoke cigarettes are attractive 1180 12.2 [10.4, 14.2] 0.001
   Males 518 16.1 [13.1, 19.7]  
   Females 662 9.1 [7.1, 11.6]  
Felt that girls who smoke cigarettes are attractive 1426 7.0 [5.8, 8.5] 0.001
   Males 646 10.3 [8.2, 13.0]  
   Females 780 4.3 [3.0, 6.1]  
Felt that cigarettes smoking is harmful to health 1809 92.0 [90.6, 93.2] <0.001
   Males 864 89.6 [87.3, 91.6]  
   Females 945 94.1 [92.3, 95.5]  
  1. CI* Confidence Interval