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TABLE 4

Rates of Enrolled Parents Being Asked About or Advised to Have Smoke-Free Homes and Cars at the Pediatric Visit

VariableParent Uses Only Cigarettes (N = 646), n (%)Parent Uses Only E-cigarettes (N = 34), n (%)Parent Is Dual User of Cigarettes and E-cigarettes (N = 81), n (%)P
Asked if you have a smoke-free home 142 (22.0)a 14 (41.2)b 26 (32.5)b <.01 
Advised to have a smoke-free home 95 (14.8)a 9 (26.5)a,b 23 (28.8)b <.01 
Asked if you have a smoke-free car 87 (14.9)a 8 (25.8)a,b 20 (28.2)b <.01 
Advised to have a smoke-free car 74 (12.6)a 7 (22.6)a,b 21 (29.6)b <.01 
VariableParent Uses Only Cigarettes (N = 646), n (%)Parent Uses Only E-cigarettes (N = 34), n (%)Parent Is Dual User of Cigarettes and E-cigarettes (N = 81), n (%)P
Asked if you have a smoke-free home 142 (22.0)a 14 (41.2)b 26 (32.5)b <.01 
Advised to have a smoke-free home 95 (14.8)a 9 (26.5)a,b 23 (28.8)b <.01 
Asked if you have a smoke-free car 87 (14.9)a 8 (25.8)a,b 20 (28.2)b <.01 
Advised to have a smoke-free car 74 (12.6)a 7 (22.6)a,b 21 (29.6)b <.01 

Missing data were not included. Car items are limited to parents who reported that they have a car. Each superscript letter denotes categories whose column proportions do not differ significantly from each other at the.05 level.

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