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Table 4 Factors associated with current cigarette smoking in Lithuania.

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

Characteristic Cigarette smokers
% (n)
OR* [95% CI**] AOR*** [95% CI]
Age (years) 31.3 (533)   
   =<13 18.8 (109) 1.00 1.00
   14 27.5 (167) 1.56 [1.18, 2.05] 1.16 [0.85, 1.58]
   15 44.1 (203) 3.35 [2.53, 4.42] 2.22 [1.61, 3.06]
   >= 16 60.3 (54) 6.04 [3.78, 9.64] 4.06 [2.37, 6.96]
Gender    
   Female 27.1 (237) 1.00 1.00
   Male 35.8 (284) 1.54 [1.25, 1.89] 1.31 [1.03, 1.66]
Parental smoking status    
   None 22.7 (156) 1.00 1.00
   One or both parents smokers 37.4 (372) 1.99 [1.60, 2.48] 1.76 [1.37, 2.27]
Best friends smoking status    
   None 6.7 (21) 1.00 1.00
   Some 23.9 (212) 4.35 [2.72, 6.95] 3.76 [2.33, 6.90]
   Most or all 61.0 (292) 22.52 [13.94, 36.37] 17.18 [10.46, 28.21]
Perception that smoking is harmful to health    
   No 35.9 (45) 1.00 1.00
   Yes 30.9 (484) 0.81 [0.55, 1.18] 0.83 [0.52, 1.32]
  1. OR* Odds ratio
  2. CI** Confidence Interval
  3. AOR*** Adjusted odds ratio