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Table 5.11 Smoking rules in household (age-standardised), 2017, by area deprivation and sex

Aged 16 and over 2017
Smoking rules in this house/flat Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation
5th (Least deprived) 4th 3rd 2nd 1st (Most deprived)
  % % % % %
Men
People can smoke anywhere inside this house/flat 2 2 5 6 16
People can only smoke in certain areas or rooms inside this house/flat 7 10 13 20 19
People can only smoke in outdoor areas (e.g. gardens/balconies) 61 66 64 62 55
People cannot smoke indoors or in outdoor areas of this house/flat 30 22 18 13 9
Women
People can smoke anywhere inside this house/flat 2 2 6 4 11
People can only smoke in certain areas or rooms inside this house/flat 5 7 12 14 18
People can only smoke in outdoor areas (e.g. gardens/balconies) 65 70 65 69 57
People cannot smoke indoors or in outdoor areas of this house/flat 29 21 17 13 14
All adults
People can smoke anywhere inside this house/flat 2 2 6 5 13
People can only smoke in certain areas or rooms inside this house/flat 5 8 12 17 19
People can only smoke in outdoor areas (e.g. gardens/balconies) 63 68 65 66 56
People cannot smoke indoors or in outdoor areas of this house/flat 29 21 17 13 12
Bases (weighted):
Men 378 380 358 370 292
Women 401 371 388 379 377
All adults 779 751 747 749 669
Bases (unweighted):
Men 313 375 360 313 236
Women 409 456 465 397 369
All adults 722 831 825 710 605

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