Index of statistical tests

WWald test used to compute the p-value

FF test used to compute the p-value

RRegression of the log of the outcome variable on time


1Difference in overall smoking prevalence between 2015 and 2017: p=0.02W
2
Difference in daily smoking prevalence between 2015 and 2017: p=0.07W
3
Difference in non-daily smoking prevalence between 2015 and 2017: p=0.21W
4
Overall effect of time (1999-2017) on smoking prevalence: p<0.0001F
5
Overall annual rate of decline in prevalence, 1999-2017=3.2%; relationship of log prevalence & time: p<0.0001R
6
Difference in overall smoking prevalence between males and females in 2017: p=0.03W
7
Difference in daily smoking prevalence between males and females in 2017: p=0.09W
8
Difference in non-daily smoking prevalence between males and females in 2017: p=0.24W
9
Difference in current smoking prevalence among females between 2015 and 2017: p=0.004W
10
Difference in current smoking prevalence among males between 2015 and 2017: p=0.47W
11
Difference in current smoking prevalence between age groups in 2017: p=0.02W
12
Difference in consumption between 2015 and 2017: p=0.84W
13
Overall effect of time (1999-2017) on consumption: p<0.0001F
14
Overall annual rate of decline in consumption, 1999-2017=1.2%; relationship of log CPD & time: p<0.0001R
15
Difference in consumption between males and females in 2017: p=0.01W
16
Difference in consumption among males between 2015 and 2017: p=0.81W
17
Difference in consumption among females between 2015 and 2017: p=0.83W
18
Difference in consumption between age groups in 2017: p<0.0001W
19
Difference in self-rated health (excellent/very good vs. other) by smoking status in 2017: p<0.0001W (contrast for current vs former smoker: p=0.15; current vs never smoker: p<0.0001)
20Difference in (excellent/very good) self-rated health by smoking status, age 15-19, in 2017: p<0.0001W (contrast for current vs never smoker: p<0.0001)
21Difference in (excellent/very good) self-rated health by smoking status, age 20-24, in 2017: p<0.0001W (contrast for current vs never smoker: p<0.0001)
22Difference in (excellent/very good) self-rated health by smoking status, age 25-34, in 2017: p=0.002W (contrast for current vs never smoker: p=0.0004)
23Difference in (excellent/very good) self-rated health by smoking status, age 35-44, in 2017: p=0.19W (contrast for current vs never smoker: p=0.15)
24Difference in (excellent/very good) self-rated health by smoking status, age 45+, in 2017: p=0.046W (contrast for current vs never smoker: p=0.03)
25Difference in self-rated mental health (excellent/very good vs. other) by smoking status in 2017: p<0.0001W (contrasts for current vs former smoker: p=0.0001; current vs never smoker: p<0.0001)
26Difference in (excellent/very good) self-rated mental health by smoking status, age 15-19, in 2017: p<0.0001W (contrast for current vs never smoker: p<0.0001)
27Difference in (excellent/very good) self-rated mental health by smoking status, age 20-24, in 2017: p<0.0001W (contrast for current vs never smoker: p<0.0001)
28Difference in (excellent/very good) self-rated mental health by smoking status, age 25-34, in 2017: p<0.0001W (contrast for current vs never smoker: p<0.0001)
29Difference in (excellent/very good) self-rated mental health by smoking status, age 35-44, in 2017: p=0.006W (contrast for current vs never smoker: p=0.02)
30Difference in (excellent/very good) self-rated mental health by smoking status, age 45+, in 2017: p<0.0001W (contrast for current vs never smoker: p<0.0001)
31Difference in smoking prevalence between provinces in 2017: p=0.03W
32
Difference in consumption between provinces in 2017: p=0.26W
33
Difference in cigar use between males and females in 2017: p<0.0001W
34
Difference in cigarillo use between males and females in 2017: p=0.003W
35
Difference in chewing tobacco/snuff use between males and females in 2017: p<0.0001W
36
Difference in pipe use between males and females in 2017: p=0.08W
37
Difference in waterpipe use between males and females in 2017: p=0.15W
38
Difference in cigar use between (3) age groups in 2017: p<0.0001W
39
Difference in cigarillo use between (4) age groups in 2017: p<0.0001W
40
Difference in waterpipe use between (2) age groups in 2017: p=0.002W
41
Difference in chewing tobacco/snuff use between (2) age groups in 2017: p=0.055W
42
Difference in cigar/cigarillo use between provinces in 2017: p=0.78W
43
Difference in prevalence of ever using menthol cigarettes between 2015 and 2017: p=0.25W
44
Difference in prevalence of past 30-day menthol cigarette use between 2015 and 2017: p=0.67W
45
Difference in prevalence of past 30-day menthol cigarette use among past 30-day smokers between 2015 and 2017: p=0.28W
46
Difference in prevalence of ever using menthol cigarettes between (5) age groups in 2017: p<0.0001W
47
Difference in prevalence of ever using menthol cigarettes between 2015 and 2017, age 15-19: p=0.003W
48
Difference in prevalence of ever using menthol cigarettes between 2015 and 2017, age 20-24: p=0.03W
49
Difference in prevalence of ever using menthol cigarettes between 2015 and 2017, age 25-34: p=0.02W
50
Difference in prevalence of ever using menthol cigarettes between 2015 and 2017, age 35-44: p=0.86W
51
Difference in prevalence of ever using menthol cigarettes between 2015 and 2017, age 45+: p=0.52W
52
Difference in prevalence of past 30-day menthol cigarette use (among past 30-day smokers) between (4) age groups in 2017: p=0.25W
53
Difference in past 30-day menthol cigarette use (among smokers) between 2015 and 2017, age 15-19: p=0.79W
54
Difference in past 30-day menthol cigarette use (among smokers) between 2015 and 2017, age 20-24: p=0.01W
55
Difference in past 30-day menthol cigarette use (among smokers) between 2015 and 2017, age 25-44: p=0.43W
56
Difference in past 30-day menthol cigarette use (among smokers) between 2015 and 2017, age 45+: p=0.08W
57
Difference in any SHS exposure in past month between males and females in 2017: p=0.0002W
58
Difference in any SHS exposure in past month between age groups in 2017: p<0.0001W
59
Difference in any SHS exposure in past month by smoking status in 2017: p<0.0001W
60
Difference in quitter percentage between males and females in 2017: p=0.51W
61
Difference in ever smoking between males and females in 2017: p<0.0001W
62
Difference in current smoking between males and females in 2017: p=0.03W
63
Difference in quitter percentage between age groups in 2017: p<0.0001W
64
Difference in 6-month quit intentions between 2015 and 2017: p=0.02W
65
Difference in 30-day quit intentions between 2015 and 2017: p=0.19W
66
Difference in 6-month quit intentions between males and females in 2017: p=0.30W
67
Difference in 30-day quit intentions between males and females in 2017: p=0.46W
68
Difference in 30-day quit intentions between age groups in 2017: p=0.048W
69
Difference in 6-month quit intentions between age groups in 2017: p=0.86W
70
Difference in having made a quit attempt in the past year between 2015 and 2017: p=0.07W
71
Difference in having made a quit attempt in the past year between males and females in 2017: p=0.94W
72
Difference in having made a quit attempt in the past year between age groups in 2017: p=0.48W
73
Difference in quit success (among past-year attempters) between 2015 and 2017: p=0.75W
74
Difference in quit success (among past-year attempters) between males and females in 2017: p=0.08W
75
Difference in quit success (among past-year attempters) between (3) age groups in 2017: p=0.38W
76
Difference in health or pregnancy/baby as the main reason for quitting between males and females in 2017: p=0.71W
77
Difference in health or pregnancy/baby as the main reason for quitting between (3) age groups in 2017: p=0.66W
78
Difference in ever trying a cigarette between males and females in 2016-17, grades 7-9: p=0.09W
79
Difference in ever trying a cigarette between 2014-15 and 2016-17, grades 7-9: p=0.32W
80
Difference in ever trying a cigarette between provinces in 2016-17, grades 7-9: p<0.0001W
81
Difference in ever smoking a whole cigarette between 2015 and 2017, age 15-19: p=0.28W
82
Difference in ever smoking a whole cigarette between males and females in 2017, age 15-19: p=0.008W
83
Difference in susceptibility between 2014-15 and 2016-17, grades 7-9: p=0.42W
84
Difference in susceptibility between males and females in 2016-17, grades 7-9: p=0.51W
85
Difference in susceptibility between provinces in 2016-17, grades 7-9: p<.0001W
86
Difference in smoking prevalence between 2014-15 and 2016-17, grades 7-9: p=0.65W
87
Difference in non-daily smoking prevalence between 2014-15 and 2016-17, grades 7-9: p=0.61W
88
Difference in daily smoking prevalence between 2014-15 and 2016-17, grades 7-9: p=0.73W
89
Difference in smoking prevalence between 2015 and 2017, age 15-19:p=0.15W
90
Difference in daily smoking prevalence between 2015 and 2017, age 15-19:p=0.13W
91
Difference in non-daily smoking prevalence between 2015 and 2017, age 15-19:p=0.61W
92
Difference in smoking prevalence between males and females in 2016-17, grades 7-9: p=0.10W
93
Difference in smoking prevalence between males and females in 2017, age 15-19: p=0.007W
94
Difference in smoking prevalence between provinces in 2016-17, grades 7-9: p<0.0001W
95
Difference in smoking prevalence between provinces in 2017, age 15-19: p=0.004W
96
Difference in consumption between 2014-15 and 2016-17, grades 7-9: p=0.54W
97
Difference in consumption between 2015 and 2017, age 15-19: p=0.17W
98
Difference in consumption between males and females in 2016-17, grades 7-9: p=0.054W
99
Difference in consumption between males and females in 2017, age 15-19: p=0.74W
100
Difference in cigar/cigarillo use between 2014-15 and 2016-17, grades 7-9: p=0.21W
101
Difference in smokeless tobacco use between 2014-15 and 2016-17, grades 7-9: p=0.27W
102
Difference in cigar/cigarillo use between 2015 and 2017, age 15-19: p=0.0005W
103
Difference in chewing tobacco/snuff use between 2015 and 2017, age 15-19: p=0.41W
104
Difference in cigar use between males and females in 2017, age 15-19: p<0.0001W
105
Difference in cigarillo use between males and females in 2017, age 15-19: p<0.0001W
106
Difference in chewing tobacco/snuff use between males and females in 2017, age 15-19: p<0.0001W
107
Difference in waterpipe use between males and females in 2017, age 15-19: p=0.006W
108
Difference in cigar use between males and females in 2016-17, grades 7-9: p<0.0001W
109
Difference in smokeless tobacco use between males and females in 2016-17, grades 7-9: p<0.0001W
110
Difference in cigarillo use between males and females in 2016-17, grades 7-9: p=0.0019W
111
Difference in waterpipe use between males and females in 2016-17, grades 7-9: p=0.12W
112
Difference in cigar use between provinces in 2016-17, grades 7-9: p<0.0001W
113
Difference in cigarillo use between provinces in 2016-17, grades 7-9: p<0.0001W
114
Difference in smokeless tobacco use between provinces in 2016-17, grades 7-9: p<0.0001W
115
Difference in waterpipe use between provinces in 2016-17, grades 7-9: p=0.0001W
116
Difference in cigar use between provinces in 2017, age 15-19: p=0.04W
117
Difference in chewing tobacco/snuff use between provinces in 2017, age 15-19: p=0.005W
118
Difference in cigarillo use between provinces in 2017, age 15-19: p=0.57W
119
Difference in waterpipe use between provinces in 2017, age 15-19: p=0.98W
120
Difference in ever having made a quit attempt between 2014-15 and 2016-17, grade 7-9 smokers: p=0.68W
121
Difference in having made a quit attempt in the past 12 months between 2015 and 2017, smokers age 15-19: p=0.06W
122
Difference in prevalence of ever e-cigarette use between 2015 and 2017:p=0.01W
123
Difference in past 30-day e-cigarette prevalence between 2015 and 2017:p=0.42W
124
Difference in prevalence of ever e-cigarette use between males and females in 2017:p<0.0001W
125
Difference in past 30-day e-cigarette prevalence between males and females in 2017:p=0.01W
126
Difference in prevalence of daily e-cigarette use between males and females in 2017:p=0.01W
127
Difference in past 30-day e-cigarette prevalence among ever users, between males and females in 2017:p=0.76W
128
Difference in prevalence of daily e-cigarette use among past 30-day users, between males and females in 2017:p=0.19W
129
Difference in prevalence of using e-cigarettes on 20+ days in past month among past 30-day users, between males and females in 2017:p=0.59W
130
Difference in mean number of days using e-cigarettes in past month among past 30-day users, between males and females in 2017:p=0.66W
131
Difference in prevalence of ever e-cigarette use between age groups in 2017:p<0.0001W
132
Difference in prevalence of ever e-cigarette use between 2015 and 2017, age 15-19:p=0.11W
133
Difference in prevalence of ever e-cigarette use between 2015 and 2017, age 20-24:p=0.55W
134
Difference in prevalence of ever e-cigarette use between 2015 and 2017, age 25-34:p=0.01W
135
Difference in prevalence of ever e-cigarette use between 2015 and 2017, age 35-44:p=0.009W
136
Difference in prevalence of ever e-cigarette use between 2015 and 2017, age 45+:p=0.60W
137
Difference in past 30-day e-cigarette prevalence between age groups in 2017:p<0.0001W
138
Difference in past 30-day e-cigarette prevalence between 2015 and 2017, age 15-19:p=0.997W
139
Difference in past 30-day e-cigarette prevalence between 2015 and 2017, age 20-24:p=0.77W
140
Difference in past 30-day e-cigarette prevalence between 2015 and 2017, age 25-44:p=0.77W
141
Difference in past 30-day e-cigarette prevalence between 2015 and 2017, age 45+:p=0.44W
142
Difference in past 30-day e-cigarette prevalence among ever-users, between age groups in 2017: p=0.02W
143
Difference in prevalence of daily e-cigarette use between age groups in 2017:p=0.001W
144
Difference in prevalence of daily e-cigarette use among past 30-day users, between age groups in 2017: p=0.66W
145
Difference in prevalence of using e-cigarettes on 20+ days in past month among past 30-day users, between age groups in 2017:p=0.69W
146
Difference in mean number of days using e-cigarettes in past month among past 30-day users, between age groups in 2017:p=0.56W
147
Difference in prevalence of ever e-cigarette use between males and females in 2017, age 15-19:p<0.0001W
148
Difference in prevalence of ever e-cigarette use between males and females in 2017, age 20-24:p<0.0001W
149
Difference in prevalence of ever e-cigarette use between males and females in 2017, age 25-34:p=0.02W
150
Difference in prevalence of ever e-cigarette use between males and females in 2017, age 35-44:p=0.02W
151
Difference in prevalence of ever e-cigarette use between males and females in 2017, age 45+:p=0.43W
152
Difference in past 30-day e-cigarette prevalence between males and females in 2017, age 15-19:p=0.001W
153
Difference in past 30-day e-cigarette prevalence between males and females in 2017, age 20-24:p<0.0001W
154
Difference in past 30-day e-cigarette prevalence between males and females in 2017, age 25-44:p=0.50W
155
Difference in past 30-day e-cigarette prevalence between males and females in 2017, age 45+:p=0.51W
156
Difference in prevalence of ever e-cigarette use between provinces in 2017:p=0.26W
157
Difference in past 30-day e-cigarette prevalence between provinces in 2017:p=0.03W
158
Difference in prevalence of ever e-cigarette use between provinces in 2017, age 15-19:p=0.02W
159
Difference in past 30-day e-cigarette prevalence between provinces in 2017, age 15-19:p=0.0004W
160
Difference in prevalence of ever e-cigarette use by smoking status in 2017:p<0.0001W
161
Difference in past 30-day e-cigarette prevalence by smoking status in 2017:p<0.0001W
162
Difference in prevalence of ever e-cigarette use between male and female smokers in 2017:p=0.40W
163
Difference in past 30-day e-cigarette prevalence between male and female smokers in 2017:p=0.24W
164
Difference in prevalence of ever e-cigarette use between male and female non-smokers in 2017:p<0.0001W
165
Difference in past 30-day e-cigarette prevalence between male and female non-smokers in 2017:p=0.09W
166
Difference in prevalence of ever e-cigarette use between age groups, among smokers in 2017:p<0.0001W
167
Difference in prevalence of ever e-cigarette use between age groups, among non-smokers in 2017:p<0.0001W
168
Difference in past 30-day e-cigarette prevalence between age groups, among smokers in 2017:p<0.0001W
169
Difference in past 30-day e-cigarette prevalence between age groups, among non-smokers in 2017:p<0.0001W
170
Difference in smoking prevalence between males and females, among ever e-cigarette users in 2017:p=0.10W
171
Difference in smoking prevalence between males and females, among past 30-day e-cigarette users in 2017:p=0.98W
172
Difference in smoking prevalence between age groups, among ever e-cigarette users in 2017:p<0.0001W
173
Difference in smoking prevalence between age groups, among past 30-day e-cigarette users in 2017:p=0.0005W
174
Difference in percentage of ever e-cigarette users who reported that their last e-cigarette contained nicotine between 2015 and 2017:p<0.0001 W
175
Difference in percentage of ever e-cigarette users who reported that their last e-cigarette contained nicotine, by smoking status, in 2017:p<0.0001W
176
Difference in percentage of ever e-cigarette users who reported that their last e-cigarette contained nicotine between male and female smokers in 2017:p=0.13W
177
Difference in percentage of ever e-cigarette users who reported that their last e-cigarette contained nicotine between male and female non-smokers in 2017:p=0.40W
178
Difference in percentage of ever e-cigarette users (who either quit smoking tried to quit in the past 2 years) who reported that they used e-cigarettes as a cessation aid, between males and females in 2017:p=0.34W
179
Difference in percentage of ever e-cigarette users (who either quit smoking tried to quit in the past 2 years) who reported that they used e-cigarettes as a cessation aid, between age groups in 2017:p=0.02W
180
Difference in percentage of smokers who intended to quit in the next 6 months, between past 30-day e-cigarette users vs. non-users in 2017:p=0.003W
181
Difference in percentage of smokers who intended to quit in the next 30 days, between past 30-day e-cigarette users vs. non-users in 2017:p=0.41W
182
Difference in percentage of ever e-cigarette users who were current smokers who reported using e-cigarettes when unable to smoke or to smoke fewer cigarettes between males and females in 2017:p=0.34W
183
Difference in percentage of ever e-cigarette users who were current smokers who reported using e-cigarettes when unable to smoke or to smoke fewer cigarettes between age groups in 2017:p=0.95W
184
Difference in prevalence of ever e-cigarette use between 2014-15 and 2016-17, grades 7-9: p=0.77W
185
Difference in past 30-day e-cigarette prevalence between 2014-15 and 2016-17, grades 7-9: p=0.07W
186
Difference in prevalence of ever e-cigarette use between grades in 2016-17, grades 7-9:p<0.0001W
187
Difference in past 30-day e-cigarette prevalence between grades in 2016-17, grades 7-9:p<0.0001W
188
Difference in prevalence of ever e-cigarette use between males and females in 2016-17, grades 7-9:p<0.0001W
189
Difference in past 30-day e-cigarette prevalence between males and females in 2016-17, grades 7-9:p<0.0001W
190
Difference in prevalence of ever e-cigarette use between provinces in 2016-17, grades 7-9:p<0.0001W
191
Difference in past 30-day e-cigarette prevalence between provinces in 2016-17, grades 7-9:p<0.0001W
192
Difference in prevalence of ever e-cigarette use by smoking status in 2016-17, grades 7-9:p<0.0001W
193
Difference in past 30-day e-cigarette prevalence by smoking status in 2016-17, grades 7-9:p<0.0001W
194
Difference in prevalence of ever e-cigarette use among current smokers between 2014-15 and 2016-17, grades 7-9: p=0.32W
195
Difference in prevalence of ever e-cigarette use among former smokers between 2014-15 and 2016-17, grades 7-9: p=0.79W
196
Difference in prevalence of ever e-cigarette use among experimental smokers between 2014-15 and 2016-17, grades 7-9: p=0.16W
197
Difference in prevalence of ever e-cigarette use among never smokers between 2014-15 and 2016-17, grades 7-9: p=0.36W
198
Difference in past 30-day e-cigarette prevalence among current smokers between 2014-15 and 2016-17, grades 7-9: p=0.10W
199
Difference in past 30-day e-cigarette prevalence among former smokers between 2014-15 and 2016-17, grades 7-9: p=0.15W
200
Difference in past 30-day e-cigarette prevalence among experimental smokers between 2014-15 and 2016-17, grades 7-9: p=0.046w
201
Difference in past 30-day e-cigarette prevalence among never smokers between 2014-15 and 2016-17, grades 7-9: p=0.006w
202
Difference in percentage who perceived “easy” or “very easy” access to e-cigarettes between ever e-cigarette users vs. non-users in 2016-17, grades 7-9:p<0.0001W
203
Difference in percentage who perceived “no risk” of using e-cigarettes once in a while between ever e-cigarette users vs. non-users in 2016-17, grades 7-9:p<0.0001W
204
Difference in percentage who perceived “no risk” of using e-cigarettes on a regular basis between ever e-cigarette users vs. non-users in 2016-17, grades 7-9: p<0.0001W