High School Electronic Smoking Device and Tobacco Use Prevalence

This dataset contains two data files 1) High school electronic smoking device use and 2) High school tobacco use. Tobacco use is defined as having used either cigarettes, little cigars or cigarillos, cigars, kreteks (clove cigars), hookah, electronic smoking devices (e.g. e-cigarettes, vape pens, pod mods), or smokeless tobacco (e.g. chew, dip, snuff, snus). See the individual file description for more information on each data file.

The California Student Tobacco Survey (CSTS) is an on-going in-school survey of tobacco use among California middle and high school students. The purpose of the survey is to assess the use of, knowledge of, and attitudes toward cigarettes and emerging tobacco products (e.g. e-cigarettes, hookah, cigarillos). The California Tobacco Control Program coordinates statewide tobacco control efforts and funds the California Student Tobacco Survey (CSTS).

This dataset updates every year

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