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Corrected Data Table 2

Tobacco Use, Access, and Exposure to Tobacco in Media Among Middle and High School Students — United States,2004. MMWR Vol. 54/ No 12, April 1, 2005

TABLE 2.Percentage of students in high school (grades 9–12) who were current users* of any tobacco product, by product type, sex, and race/ethnicity—National Youth Tobacco Survey, United States, 2002 and 2004

Any
tobacco†
CigarettesCigarsSmokeless
tobacco
PipesBidisKreteks
Char-
acter-
istic
%(95% CI§)%(95% CI§)%(95% CI§)%(95% CI§)%(95% CI§)%(95% CI§)%(95% CI§)
High School, 2004
Sex
Male30.7(±2.7)21.6(±2.4)18.4(±1.8)9.9(±1.9)4.8(±0.8)3.7(±0.7)3.4(±0.7)
Female24.1(±2.5)21.8(±2.5)7.6(±1.1)1.2(±0.4)1.5(±0.5)1.6(±0.4)1.6(±0.5)
Race/Ethnicity
White, non-Hispanic30.8(±3.2)24.8(±3.0)13.7(±1.7)6.9(±1.4)3.1(±0.7)2.4(±0.5)2.5(±0.6)
Black, non-Hispanic16.8¶(±2.5)10.9(±2.5)10.0(±1.6)1.4(±0.7)1.7¶(±0.7)2.1(±0.7)1.3(±0.6)
Hispanic25.7(±2.3)20.5(±2.3)13.5¶(±1.6)3.2(±0.8)4.8(±0.9)4.8¶(±0.8)3.6(±0.8)
Asian13.3(±3.3)11.3(±2.6)6.2(±2.5)2.0(±1.3)2.1(±1.1)2.1(±1.1)1.3(±0.9)
Total27.4(±2.4)21.7(±2.2)12.9(±1.3)5.5(±1.1)3.2(±0.5)2.7(±0.4)2.5(±0.4)
High School, 2002
Sex
Male32.6(±2.3)23.9(±2.1)16.9(±1.4)10.5(±2.0)5.0(±0.9)3.7(±0.8)3.5(±0.7)
Female23.7(±1.8)21.0(±1.9)6.2(±0.9)1.2(±0.3)1.4(±0.4)1.5(±0.4)1.8(±0.5)
Race/Ethnicity
White, non-Hispanic30.9(±2.0)25.2(±1.8)11.8(±1.0)7.3(±1.4)2.8(±0.6)2.2(±0.5)2.7(±0.6)
Black, non-Hispanic21.7(±2.9)13.8(±2.8)12.0(±1.9)1.8(±0.8)3.7(±1.2)3.4(±1.1)1.9(±0.8)
Hispanic24.1(±2.7)19.8(±2.5)10.8(±1.5)3.3(±1.1)4.6(±1.1)3.5(±0.9)3.0(±0.8)
Asian14.6(±3.8)12.2(±3.4)5.4(±2.3)2.1(±1.5)2.7(±1.5)2.9(±1.6)2.1(±1.7)
Total28.2(±1.7)22.5(±1.6)11.6(±0.9)5.9(±1.1)3.2(±0.6)2.6(±0.5)2.7(±0.4)

* Used tobacco on at least 1 day during the 30 days preceding the survey.
† Cigarettes, cigars, smokeless tobacco, pipes, bidis (leaf-wrapped, flavored cigarettes from India), or kreteks (clove cigarettes).
§ Confidence interval.
¶ Significant difference (p<0.05), 2004 versus 2002.

 
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