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A Decade of Sustaining Best Practices for Tobacco Control: Indiana’s Story

Year Smoking Prevalence
Adults, % Youth, %
2001 27.4 31.6
2002 27.6 20.4
2003 26.1 20.4
2004 24.9 21.3
2005 27.3 21.3
2006 24.1 23.2
2007 24.1 23.2
2008 26.0 18.3
2009 23.1 18.3
2010 21.2 17.5

Figure 1. Smoking prevalence in Indiana among adults and youth, 2001-2010. Adult smoking prevalence rates from the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (3), and youth smoking prevalence rates from the Indiana Youth Tobacco Survey (4,14).

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Year MSA Expenditures, $ (Millions) Per Capita Cigarette Sales
2001 32.5 121.4
2002 32.5 121.4
2003 10.8 101.1
2004 10.8 97.7
2005 10.8 96.1
2006 10.9 98.7
2007 16.2 102.3
2008 15.0 81.7
2009 9.2 78.9
2010 9.2 71.7

Figure 2. Indiana Tobacco Prevention and Cessation Agency MSA expenditures (11,12) and per capita cigarette sales (12), Indiana, 2001-2010. Abbreviation: MSA, Master Settlement Agreement of 1998.

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