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Table 2 Attitudes towards tobacco smoking distributed by gender in Thailand

From: Correlates of cigarette smoking among school-going adolescents in Thailand: findings from the Thai global youth tobacco survey 2005

Characteristic Number of participants/Total for category % of total and 95% CI
Felt that boys who smoke have more friends 12,408 58.3 (55.8, 60.8)
Males 6,510 60.7 (58.2, 63.2)
Females 5,898 56.2 (52.2, 60.2)
Felt like girls who smoke had more friends 14,031 20.0 (19.4, 22.8)
Males 7,336 22.5 (20.9, 24.2)
Females 6,695 19.7 (17.1, 22.7)
Felt that boys who smoke are more attractive 14,720 16.5 (15.3, 17.8)
Males 7,310 21.4 (19.3, 23.7)
Females 7,410 12.5 (11.4, 13.7)
Felt that girls who smoke are more attractive 15,411 7.8 (6.7, 8.9)
Males 7,710 10.7 (9.6, 12.0)
Females 7,701 5.3 (3.8, 7.3)
Felt that smoking is harmful to health 18,871 86.7 (85.6, 88.1)
Males 9,695 82.3 (80.2, 84.2)
Females 9,176 90.8 (89.1, 92.3)