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2000 National Survey on Drug Use & Health

Chapter 4. Tobacco Use

The NHSDA includes a series of questions asking about the use of several tobacco products, including cigarettes, chewing tobacco, snuff, cigars, and pipe tobacco. For analysis purposes, data for chewing tobacco and snuff are combined and referred to as "smokeless tobacco." Cigarette use is counted if respondents reported smoking "part or all of a cigarette." Findings from the 2000 NHSDA are summarized below.

Age

Gender

Pregnant Women

Race/Ethnicity

Education

College Students

Employment

Geographic Area

Frequency of Use

Association with Illicit Drug and Alcohol Use

Usual Brand Used

Youth Access to Cigarettes

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