Prevalence of cigarette smoking based on self-report and urinary cotinine concentration, by sex and age group, household population aged 12 to 79, Canada, March 2007 to February 2009
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|Sex/Age group (years)||Self-report||Urinary cotinine concentration|
|%||95% confidence interval||%||95% confidence interval|
|12 to 19||7.7NoteE: Use with caution||4.4||13.0||5.8NoteE: Use with caution||3.6||9.1|
|20 to 79||20.2||17.8||23.0||20.8||18.0||23.9|
|12 to 19||5.4NoteE: Use with caution||3.1||9.4||4.5NoteE: Use with caution||2.3||8.4|
|20 to 79||20.9||17.5||24.7||21.2||17.6||25.4|
|12 to 19||10.0NoteE: Use with caution||5.2||18.5||7.1NoteE: Use with caution||4.6||10.8|
|20 to 79||19.7||16.6||23.2||20.4||17.1||24.2|
E use with caution
Note: Excludes respondents who did not have a valid cotinine test result, reported using a medication with nicotine as an active ingredient in the past month, or reported smoking cigars or a pipe, or using snuff of chewing tobacco.
Source: 2007 to 2009 Canadian Health Measures Survey.
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