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Table 4 Secondhand smoke, media, advertisement and beliefs about tobacco

From: Epidemiology of tobacco use and dependence in adults in a poor peri-urban community in Lima, Peru

SECONDHAND SMOKE
  Nonsmokers (%) Occasional smokers (%) Daily smokers (%)
Smoking house rules?
   Never allowed 125 (47%) 7 (16%) 0 (0%)
   Allowed but exceptions 133 (50%) 31 (72%) 4 (67%)
   Permitted 4 (2%) 4 (9%) 2 (33%)
   No rules 4 (2%) 1 (2%) 0 (0%)
How often does someone smoke inside your house?
   Less than monthly 125 (89%) 30 (86%) 1 (17%)
   Monthly 3 (2%) 3 (9%) 1 (17%)
   Weekly 9 (6%) 2 (6%) 0 (0%)
   Daily 4 (3%) 0 (0%) 4 (67%)
Workplace policy?
   Not allowed 75 (78%) 19 (86%) 4 (100%)
   Allowed in some areas 11 (11%) 2 (9%) 0 (0%)
   Allowed anywhere 7 (7%) 1 (5%) 0 (0%)
   There is no policy 3 (3%) 0 (0%) 0 (0%)
Did anyone smoke indoors where you work in the last 30 days?
   No 68 (72%) 18 (78%) 1 (25%)
   Yes 26 (28%) 5 (22%) 3 (75%)
Did anyone smoke inside government buildings in the last 30 days?
   No 45 (79%) 10 (77%) 0 (0%)
   Yes 12 (21%) 3 (23%) 1 (100%)
Did anyone smoke inside health care facility in the last 30 days?
   No 105 (95%) 14 (100%) 2 (67%)
   Yes 6 (5%) 0 (0%) 1 (33%)
Did anyone smoke inside of restaurants in the last 30 days?
   No 101 (75%) 27 (84%) 3 (75%)
   Yes 33 (25%) 5 (16%) 1 (25%)
Did anyone smoke inside of public transport in the last 30 days?
   No 204 (81%) 36 (86%) 5 (83%)
   Yes 49 (19%) 6 (14%) 1 (17%)
MEDIA, ADVERTISEMENT AND BELIEFS ABOUT TOBACCO
  Yes (%) No (%) Did not respond or Don't know (%)
Has interviewee seen advertisements for cigarettes in the last 30 days ...
   Stores 163 (52%) 150 (47%) 3 (1%)
   Television 168 (53%) 144 (46%) 4 (1%)
   Radio 128 (41%) 182 (58%) 6 (2%)
   Posters/billboards 167 (53%) 134 (42%) 15 (5%)
   Newspapers/magazines 155 (49%) 144 (46%) 17 (5%)
   Cinema 11 (3%) 95 (30%) 210 (66%)
   Internet 8 (3%) 109 (34%) 199 (63%)
   Public transport vehicles/stations 146 (46%) 161 (51%) 9 (3%)
   Public walls, signposts, or banners 119 (38%) 181 (57%) 14 (4%)
   Sporting events 13 (4%) 299 (95%) 4 (1%)
Has interviewee seen promotions for cigarettes in the last 30 days ...
   Free cigarettes? 33 (10%) 283 (90%) 0 (0%)
   Cigarettes at sale prices? 43 (14%) 269 (85%) 4 (1%)
   Coupons? 20 (6%) 294 (93%) 2 (1%)
   Free gifts, discounts on other products? 23 (7%) 290 (92%) 3 (1%)
   Clothing or other items with brand or logo? 63 (20%) 252 (80%) 1 (< 1%)
   Promotions by mail? 2 (1%) 116 (37%) 198 (63%)
Does interviewee believe cigarette smoking causes serious illness?
   Men 146 (98%) 3 (2%) 0 (0%)
   Women 166 (99%) 1 (1%) 0 (0%)
Does interviewee believe cigarette smoking causes stroke?
   Men 115 (77%) 27 (18%) 7 (5%)
   Women 136 (81%) 19 (11%) 12 (7%)
Does interviewee believe cigarette smoking causes heart attack?
   Men 127 (85%) 15 (10%) 7 (5%)
   Women 153 (92%) 9 (5%) 5 (3%)
Does interviewee believe cigarette smoking causes lung cancer?
   Men 145 (97%) 1 (1%) 3 (2%)
   Women 166 (99%) 0 (0%) 1 (1%)