TABLE 3

Multivariable Logistic Regression Models Using Generalized Estimating Equations Showing the Adjusted Odds of Not Having Strictly Enforced Home and Car Policies Among Enrolled Parents Who Smoke

VariableNot Having Strictly Enforced Smoke-Free Policies Prohibiting Smoking in the Home and Car (n = 643), Adjusted OR (95% CI)Not Having Strictly Enforced Vape-Free Policies Prohibiting E-cigarette Use in the Home and Car (n = 567), Adjusted OR (95% CI)
Parent age, y
 18–241.49 (0.68–3.28)3.93 (1.77–8.71)
 25–441.19 (0.64–2.22)1.82 (0.95–3.47)
 ≥45ReferenceReference
Age of youngest child, y
 >102.83 (1.55–5.16)2.56 (1.43–4.56)
 5–101.61 (1.04–2.49)1.47 (0.94–2.30)
 <5ReferenceReference
Parent sex
 FemaleReferenceReference
 Male1.17 (0.73–1.86)1.03 (0.64–1.65)
Education level
 No college1.66 (1.16–2.38)1.47 (1.01–2.13)
 Some college or moreReferenceReference
Parent race and/or ethnicity
 Non-Hispanic black or African American0.50 (0.18–1.44)0.42 (0.15–1.14)
 Non-Hispanic white0.94 (0.37–2.37)1.18 (0.52–2.68)
 Hispanic0.43 (0.09–2.14)0.27 (0.04–1.81)
 OtherReferenceReference
Child insurance status
 Medicaid1.59 (0.64–3.98)1.06 (0.44–2.55)
 HMO and/or private insurance1.28 (0.51–3.25)0.90 (0.37–2.20)
 Self-pay or otherReferenceReference
Reason for visit
 Sick child0.81 (0.43–1.53)0.83 (0.44–1.55)
 Well child0.84 (0.47–1.50)0.77 (0.44–1.35)
 OtherReferenceReference
Parent tobacco use, cigarettes per d
 ≥102.39 (1.66–3.43)1.71 (1.17–2.49)
 <10ReferenceReference
Other household smokers
 ≥11.74 (1.21–2.49)1.44 (0.99–2.08)
 NoneReferenceReference
E-cigarette use in past 30 d
 Used2.54 (1.35–4.75)7.49 (3.86–14.54)
 Did not useReferenceReference
  • List-wise deletion was used; analyses were limited to parents who had a car. CI, confidence interval; HMO, health management organization; OR, odds ratio.