- freely available
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2.1. Variables and Data Sources
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- per capita tobacco control expenditures [p=0.004, b=0.254, SE (95% CI) =0.089 to 0.420]
- political ideology [p=0.002, b=0.007, SE (95% CI) =0.003 to 0.011].
- master settlement agreement securitization [p=0.010, b= –0.205, SE (95% CI) = –0.359 to –0.052]
- per capita tobacco control expenditures [p=0.000, b=0.334, SE (95% CI) =0.191 to 0.478]
- political ideology [p= 0.002, b= 0.006, SE (95% CI) =0.002 to 0.009].
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|p-value||B||SE (95% CI)||p-value||B||SE (95% CI)|
|Demographi c Information|
|Education:≥ high school degree||0.894||–4764.816||–76834.791–67305.160||0.025*||0.024||0.003–0.004|
|Adult smoking prevalence||0.798||–0.004||–0.034–0.027||0.814||–0.003||–0.033–0.026|
|Tobacco Control Spending|
|Securitization of MSA Payments||0.105||–0.164||–0.363–0.036||0.090||–0.168||–0.362–0.027|
|Per capita tobacco control expenditures||0.021*||0.226||0.035–0.416||0.000*||0.378||0.222–0.534|
|Economic and Political Climate|
|Cigarette Excise Tax Rate||0.459||0.068||–0.116–0.251||0.070||0.142||–0.012–0.297|
|Governor’s Political Affiliation||0.195||–0.125||–0.318–0.067||0.274||–0.106||–0.298–0.068|
|Legislature’s Political Affiliation||0.413||0.290||–0.418–0.999||0.902||0.043||–0.649–0.734|
|State Budget Deficit||0.311||–0.101||–0.299–0.098||0.330||0.125||–0.136–0.386|
|Agriculture: Tobacco Production||0.083||–0.098||–0.210–0.014||0.020*||–0.126||–0.231–0.021|