Table 2

Logistic regression models showing the odds of having quit within 5 years before survey administration, and smoking the first cigarette of the day within 5 or 30 min of waking

Quit within 5 years before survey administration (among ever smokers)Time to first cigarette (among current smokers)
n=1733Smoke within 5 min n=1413Smoke within 30 min n=1413
OR95% CIOR95% CIOR95% CI
Czech Republic (ref)1.001.001.00
Ireland1.91***(1.29 to 2.83)2.10***(1.93 to 2.29)1.65***(1.54 to 1.77)
Sweden1.95***(1.29 to 2.96)1.51***(1.32 to 1.72)2.19***(2.03 to 2.37)
France0.79(0.50 to 1.24)1.23***(1.15 to 1.31)1.83***(1.70 to 1.97)
Italy1.22(0.79 to 1.88)0.97(0.92 to 1.02)1.38***(1.25 to 1.52)
Age0.98***(0.97 to 0.99)1.01*(1.00 to 1.03)1.02***(1.01 to 1.02)
Income around median (ref)1.001.001.001.00
Income below median1.10(0.79 to 1.53)1.33**(1.03 to 1.71)1.30(0.82 to 2.06)
Income above median1.19(0.82 to 1.72)0.94(0.65 to 1.36)0.93(0.70 to 1.23)
Undisclosed income1.39(0.96 to 2.03)1.56***(1.26 to 1.91)1.12(0.77 to 1.61)
Greater age of initiation0.98(0.95 to 1.01)0.97*(0.93 to 1.00)0.97***(0.95 to 0.98)
Constant0.47(0.24 to 0.93)0.17(0.08 to 0.36)0.44(0.29 to 0.66)
  • Age, and age of initiation are continuous variables; OR reflect effect of change per unit score.

  • *p<0.10; **p<0.05; ***p<0.01.