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Table 2 Summary of adjusted logistic regression

From: What drives us apart? Decomposing intersectional inequalities in cigarette smoking by education and sexual orientation among U.S. adults

  Joint inequality Referent socio-economic inequality Referent sexual orientation inequality
OR (95% CI) OR (95% CI) OR (95% CI)
Socio-demographic factors
Gender
  Women 0.67 (0.62, 0.72) 0.65 (0.60, 0.70) 0.68 (0.63, 0.73)
  Men 1 1 1
Age
  18–24 0.96 (0.83, 1.12) 0.98 (0.85, 1.13) 0.98 (0.84, 1.13)
  25–44 1.53 (1.37, 1.71) 1.58 (1.42, 1.74) 1.54 (1.38, 1.71)
  45+ 1 1 1
Race/ethnicity
  Non-Hispanic White 1 1 1
  Hispanic 0.44 (0.37, 0.52) 0.38 (0.33, 0.43) 0.45 (0.38, 0.53)
  Non-Hispanic non-white 0.64 (0.58, 0.71) 0.67 (0.60, 0.74) 0.64 (0.58, 0.71)
Marital status
  Married 1 1 1
  Separated/ divorced/widow 1.60 (1.41, 1.83) 1.55 (1.37, 1.76) 1.64 (1.44, 1.87)
  Never married 1.44 (1.27, 1.64) 1.41 (1.24, 1.60) 1.47 (1.30, 1.66)
Material conditions
Income
  Quintile 1 (lowest income) 2.80 (2.33, 3.37) 2.69 (2.25, 3.21) 2.79 (2.32, 3.36)
  Quintile 2 2.52 (2.15, 2.96) 2.33 (2.00, 2.72) 2.44 (2.09, 2.84)
  Quintile 3 2.02 (1.72, 2.37) 2.06 (1.76, 2.39) 1.95 (1.68, 2.28)
  Quintile 4 1.67 (1.44, 1.92) 1.65 (1.43, 1.89) 1.67 (1.46, 1.91)
  Quintile 5 (highest income) 1 1 1
Employment status
  Full-time 1 1 1
  Part-time 0.69 (0.60, 0.78) 0.72 (0.63, 0.81) 0.68 (0.60, 0.78)
  Unpaid 0.75 (0.68, 0.82) 0.74 (0.68, 0.82) 0.76 (0.69, 0.84)
Receiving assistance
  Yes 1.23 (1.09, 1.38) 1.27 (1.13, 1.42) 1.24 (1.10, 1.39)
  No 1 1 1
Housing
  Own 1 1 1
  Rent 1.64 (1.48, 1.81) 1.65 (1.50, 1.81) 1.65 (1.50, 1.81)
  Something else 1.49 (1.29, 1.71) 1.48 (1.30, 1.67) 1.48 (1.30, 1.67)
Health insurance
  Private health insurance 1 1 1
  Medicare or Medicaid 1.55 (1.36, 1.76) 1.56 (1.37, 1.77) 1.56 (1.37, 1.77)
  No health insurance 2.12 (1.86, 2.43) 2.05 (1.80, 2.34) 2.05 (1.80, 2.34)
Marketing-related variables
Exposure to contextual-level targeting advertisement
  Yes 0.98 (0.88, 1.09) 1.02 (0.92, 1.13) 0.99 (0.89, 1.09)
  No 1 1 1
Exposure to targeted tobacco marketing
  Yes 3.73 (3.34, 4.17) 3.67 (3.29, 4.10) 3.79 (3.41, 4.21)
  No 1 1 1
Exposure to media advertisement
  Yes 0.72 (0.65, 0.78) 0.72 (0.66, 0.79) 0.71 (0.65, 0.78)
  No 1 1 1
Other factors
Perceived quality of life
  Good 1 1 1
  Fair 2.10 (1.77, 2.49) 2.00 (1.73, 2.33) 2.08 (1.76, 2.44)
  Poor 3.11 (2.02, 4.79) 2.60 (1.76, 3.84) 3.01 (1.99, 4.550
Satisfaction with social relations
  Very satisfied 1 1 1
  Moderately satisfied 1.42 (1.28, 1.57) 1.43 (1.30, 1.58) 1.39 (1.26, 1.53)
  Not at all satisfied 1.19 (0.88, 1.62) 1.48 (1.13, 1.94) 1.20 (0.90, 1.61)
Inequality 1.01 (0.71, 1.44)a 0.65 (0.57, 0.74)b 0.82 (0.69, 0.96)c
  1. Reference groups for inequality indicators: a: low-educated LGBQ adults, b: low-educated heterosexual adults, and c: high-educated LGBQ adults