Table 1

 Characteristics of respondents who completed wave 2 of the survey and percentage who reported experiencing smoking-induced deprivation

Covariates% in sample*% reporting smoking-induced deprivation*
*Percentages are based on weighted data. Weights are computed to adjust for number of residential phone lines and number of adult smokers in a household, and to render the age–sex composition of the sample equivalent to the population of smokers within each country.
†These are used as continuous variables in regression analyses.
Age (years)
Minority status
    White/English speaking86.726.7
    Non-white/English speaking13.332.7
Heaviness of Smoking Index†
Intention to quit
    No intention to quit27.719.7
    Intend to quit72.330.5
Self-efficacy to quit
    Low self-efficacy28.727.4
    High self-efficacy71.327.6
Functional value of smoking
    Makes socialising easier
        Do not agree76.425.8
    Helps control weight
        Do not agree69.725.4
    Enjoy too much to give up
        Do not agree44.229.0
    Helps concentration
        Do not agree62.227.0
    Calms stress
        Do not agree16.823.9
    Important part of life
        Do not agree59.326.6
Thoughts about …
    Harm of smoking
        Not often50.921.8
    Danger of smoking
        Not often53.521.8
    Enjoyment in smoking
        Not often63.226.4
Think a lot about future
    Do not agree41.921.7
Perceived stress†
Number of friends who smoke†