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Table 4 Most popular drinking containers and the odds of them being used in remote/regional and urban areas (n=188 drinkers; logistic regression)

From: Patterns of drinking in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as self-reported on the Grog Survey App: a stratified sample

Container Percentage who used it Remote/Regional OR (95% CI) Urban OR (95% CI) p
Multi pack 40.8 0.65 (0.37, 1.14) 1.54 (0.88, 2.71) 0.13
Can 34.0 1.81 (1.00, 3.32) 0.55 (0.30, 1.00) 0.05
Stubby 19.4 0.44 (0.21, 0.88) 2.27 (1.13, 4.67) 0.02*
Drinking glass 18.0 0.53 (0.25, 1.07) 1.90 (0.93, 3.95) 0.08
Slab 13.6 2.62 (1.11, 6.94) 0.38 (0.14, 0.90) 0.04*
Bottle 11.2 1.01 (0.42, 2.48) 0.99 (0.40, 2.37) 0.98
Used bottle 6.3 0.90 (0.29, 2.89) 1.11 (0.35, 3.47) 0.85
Cask 5.8 1.09 (0.34, 3.80) 0.92 (0.26, 2.97) 0.88
Wine glass 4.9 0.77 (0.21, 2.83) 1.31 (0.35, 4.83) 0.68
Beer glass 3.9 0.10 (0.01, 0.59) 9.70 (1.68, 183.08) 0.04*
Jug 3.9 0.45 (0.09, 1.89) 2.22 (0.53, 11.04) 0.29
Paper cup 2.9 4.01 (0.63, 77.55) 0.25 (0.01, 1.58) 0.21
Longneck 2.4 0.19 (0.01, 1.29) 5.35 (0.77, 105.64) 0.14
Cocktail glass 1.9 0.77 (0.09, 6.54) 1.30 (0.15, 10.97) 0.80
  1. Note: remote/regional or urban OR = the odds of each container being used by a person living in a remote/regional or urban community; p = logistic regression p.value; * p < 0.05; container volumes are as follows
  2. *Volume of containers in mL: multi pack: 1100 - 3750; can: 375 - 375; stubby (i.e. glass of beer): 275 - 375; drinking glass: 240 - 350; slab (i.e. case of beer): 8280 - 11250; bottle: 500 - 750; used bottle: 500 - 2000; cask: 2000 - 5000; wine glass: 150 - 200; beer glass: 285 - 450; jug: 1140 - 1140; paper cup: 235 - 235; longneck: 660 - 750; cocktail glass: 180 - 180