CDC finally tells the truth about teen smoking: still declining, even with e-cigarettes | American Council on Science and Health (ACSH)

The results of the National Youth Risk Behavior Survey of 13,000 US high school students noted that smoking rates dropped in the group to the lowest level since 1991. Only 15.7 percent of the teenagers said they had tried a cigarette in the month before the survey.
So when are they going to quit saying that e-cigs are making more kids smoke? Can't have it both ways, that's the way science's all....sciency.