Prevalence of smoking in Scotland 2013, by gender and age

Prevalence of smoking without and with saliva cotinine adjustment in Scotland in 2013, by gender and age

by Statista Research Department, last edited Dec 2, 2014
Prevalence of smoking in Scotland 2013, by gender and age This statistic displays the prevalence of smoking without and with saliva cotinine adjustment in Scotland in 2013, by gender. In this year 23 percent of men aged between 55 and 64 years old self-reported to be current smokers and 26 percent of women in the same age group also reported to currently smoke cigarettes. After their saliva cotinine levels were checked for saliva cotinine levels of 12ng/ml and above it was found that 31 percent of men and 30 percent of women aged 55 to 64 years old currently smoke. A saliva cotinine count of 12ng/ml or over indicates an individual currently smokes.
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Prevalence of smoking without and with saliva cotinine adjustment in Scotland in 2013, by gender and age

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16-24 years25-34 years35-44 years45-54 years55-64 years65-74 years75 years and over
Unadjusted self-report: smoke cigarettes: Men25%33%23%26%23%19%2%
Unadjusted self-report: smoke cigarettes: Women29%27%21%26%26%13%11%
Adjusted estimate, adding self-reported non-smokers with saliva cotinine of 12ng/ml or over: Men31%36%27%29%31%26%6%
Adjusted estimate, adding self-reported non-smokers with saliva cotinine of 12ng/ml or over: Women31%32%26%29%30%17%13%
16-24 years25-34 years35-44 years45-54 years55-64 years65-74 years75 years and over
Unadjusted self-report: smoke cigarettes: Men25%33%23%26%23%19%2%
Unadjusted self-report: smoke cigarettes: Women29%27%21%26%26%13%11%
Adjusted estimate, adding self-reported non-smokers with saliva cotinine of 12ng/ml or over: Men31%36%27%29%31%26%6%
Adjusted estimate, adding self-reported non-smokers with saliva cotinine of 12ng/ml or over: Women31%32%26%29%30%17%13%
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by Statista Research Department, last edited Dec 2, 2014
This statistic displays the prevalence of smoking without and with saliva cotinine adjustment in Scotland in 2013, by gender. In this year 23 percent of men aged between 55 and 64 years old self-reported to be current smokers and 26 percent of women in the same age group also reported to currently smoke cigarettes. After their saliva cotinine levels were checked for saliva cotinine levels of 12ng/ml and above it was found that 31 percent of men and 30 percent of women aged 55 to 64 years old currently smoke. A saliva cotinine count of 12ng/ml or over indicates an individual currently smokes.
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