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Table 3 Prevalence of beliefs and intentions

From: General practitioners' beliefs about effectiveness and intentions to recommend smoking cessation services: qualitative and quantitative studies

  Proportion
Beliefs Agree (>4) Neutral (4) Disagree (<4) Missing
Central services are effective. 66.0% (241) 22.5% (82) 11.5% (42) 0.5% (2)
Central services are cost-effective. 48.5% (177) 29.9% (109) 21.6% (79) 0.5% (2)
Local services are effective. 81.6% (297) 11.8% (43) 6.5% (24) 0.8% (3)
Local services are cost-effective. 47.7% (175) 21.0% (77) 31.4% (115) -
Intentions Intend (>4) Neutral (4) Do not intend (<4) Missing
Intention to recommend central services. 63.8% (234) 7.1% (26) 29.2% (107) -
Intention to recommend local services. 51.2% (188) 8.4% (31) 40.3% (148) -