Parental Practices and Attitudes Related to Smoke-Free Rules in Homes, Cars, and Outdoor Playgrounds in US Households With Underage Children and Smokers, 2010–2011
ORIGINAL RESEARCH — Volume 12 — May 14, 2015
Figure. Support for voluntary smoke-free rules in cars and outdoor children’s play areas among parents from and not from smoke-free households, United States, 2010–2011. A smoke-free household is a single-parent household in which the parent reports a voluntary smoke-free home rule or a 2-parent household in which at least 1 parent reports voluntary smoke-free home rules.
|Type of Voluntary Smoke-Free Rule Supported||Parents From a Smoke-Free Household, %||Parents Not From a Smoke-Free Household, %|
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