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ITC India Pilot Survey Maansi Bansal-Travers, Ph.D. Department of Health Behavior Roswell Park Cancer Institute. ITC-TTURC Project Annual Meeting Portland, Oregon—March 1, 2008. India: Demographics. India: Prevalence. India: Tobacco Industry. India: FCTC Status.

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ITC India Pilot Survey

Maansi Bansal-Travers, Ph.D.

Department of Health Behavior

Roswell Park Cancer Institute

ITC-TTURC Project Annual Meeting

Portland, Oregon—March 1, 2008

itc india pilot survey
ITC India Pilot Survey
  • Conducted in Maharashtra (n=337) and Bihar (n=427)
  • Each area was broken down into Urban and Rural geographic regions
  • Survey instrument was translated into Hindi, Marathi, and a few other languages
health concerns
Health concerns
  • Do you think smokeless tobacco use is good for your health?
    • Good: 61 (8%)
    • Neither good nor bad: 78 (10%)
    • Not good: 616 (81%)
  • Do you think smoking is good for your health?
    • Good: 61 (8%)
    • Neither good nor bad: 48 (6%)
    • Not good 649 (85%)
  • To what extent, if at all, has smoking damaged your health?
    • Not at all: 251 (51%)
    • A little: 168 (34%)
    • Very much: 11 (2%)
    • Don’t know: 60 (12%)
health concerns12
Health concerns
  • [Among smokers] In the last month, have you butted out a cigarette or bidi before you finished it because you thought about the harm of smoking?
    • Yes: 41 (16%)
    • No: 195 (78%)
  • If you had to do it over again, you would not have started using tobacco.
    • Agree: 213 (43%)
    • Neither agree nor disagree: 23 (5%)
    • Disagree: 186 (37%)
  • Have you ever tried to stop smoking?
    • Yes: 139 (28%)
    • No: 357 (72%)
cigarettes vs bidis
Cigarettes vs. Bidis
  • Compared to smoking cigarettes, do you think bidis are less harmful, more harmful, or no different for health?
    • Bidis less harmful: 17%
    • Bidis more harmful: 22%
    • No difference: 47%
    • DK: 14%
cigarettes vs slt
Cigarettes vs. SLT
  • Compared to smoking cigarettes, do you think smokeless tobacco products are less harmful, more harmful, or no different for health?
    • SLT less harmful: 23%
    • SLT more harmful: 15%
    • No difference: 48%
    • DK: 14%
bidis vs slt
Bidis vs. SLT
  • Compared to smoking bidis, do you think smokeless tobacco products are less harmful, more harmful, or no different for health?
    • SLT less harmful: 21%
    • SLT more harmful: 17%
    • No difference: 48%
    • DK: 14%
health warnings
Health Warnings
  • As far as you know, do cigarette packages in India have health warning on cigarette packages?
    • Yes: 326 (43%)
    • No: 340 (45%)
    • Don’t know: 94 (12%)