Tobacco Use In California 1990-1991

Article, Preprint English OPEN
University of California, San Diego; California Department of Health Services; Westat, Inc.; Los Angels County Department of Health Services;
  • Publisher: eScholarship, University of California
  • Subject: California, smoking cessation, California Tobacco Control Program, secondhand smoke, California Tobacco Control Campaign, adolescent, Hispanic Californians, Black Californians, Asian and Pacific Islander Californians, pregnant women, public policy issues, Tobacco Excise Tax | Black Californians | Hispanic Californians | pregnant women | smoking cessation | California Tobacco Control Campaign | Asian and Pacific Islander Californians | Tobacco Excise Tax | adolescent | California | secondhand smoke | California Tobacco Control Program | public policy issues

Summary This report presents data from a survey of cigarette smoking behaviors and attitudes among Californians conducted between June, 1990 and July, 1991. The prevalence of current smoking among adults in California was 22.2%, with males (25.5%) smoking more... View more
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