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Federal Survey Data on Tobacco: It’s Not About The Children

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  1. PVPuff&Stuff

    PVPuff&Stuff Unregistered Supplier ECF Veteran

  2. defdock

    defdock Ultra Member ECF Veteran

    Nov 15, 2011
    Dark Forest
    "The sharp jump in smoking prevalence from 11% at ages 16-17, to 27% at ages 18-20, underscores that the latter group is where the real problem starts. "


    the real problem starts... :facepalm: 18 is the legal age to buy smokes... no wonder the figures jump.... if a 16yo was asked if he smoked, hed probably say no to stay out of trouble. when they hit 18, they can come out and say what they want because its legal for them now...
     
  3. PVPuff&Stuff

    PVPuff&Stuff Unregistered Supplier ECF Veteran

    Figures probably jump at 21 for alcohol consumption as well. Good point, I didn't even think about that.
     
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