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Objectives We compared rates of smoking among those aged 45 years and older in Australia, the United States of America and South Korea, and examined cross-national gender differences in key socioeconomic differentials in smoking. Methods We conducted weighted analyses on cross-sectional data from nationally representative surveys conducted in 2006. Results Current smoking was more prevalent for males than females in all countries; the gender difference was largest in Korea. Being unpartnereddoi:10.1007/s00038-012-0430-5 pmid:23203478 fatcat:dwtsnksnffd53bnzwvg7vcgosm