State-Level Patterns and Trends in Cigarette Smoking Across Racial and Ethnic Groups in the United States, 2011–2018
ORIGINAL RESEARCH — Volume 18 — May 6, 2021
In Idaho, smoking prevalence declined from 2011 to 2018 among Hispanic adults, but smoking prevalence remained stable among White adults. In Indiana, smoking prevalence declined among Black adults, but smoking prevalence remained stable among White adults. In Virginia, smoking prevalence declined at a faster rate among Hispanic and Other adults compared with White adults. In Wisconsin, smoking prevalence declined at a faster rate among Black and Other adults compared with White adults.
Smoking prevalence over time in Idaho, Indiana, Virginia, and Wisconsin, by race/ethnicity, Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System, 2011–2018. Shading indicates 95% CIs.
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