Recent CDC Data Shows Decrease in U.S. Smoking Rates
New survey data released this month by the US Center for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) called attention to a National Health Interview Survey on adult smoking rates. According to the survey, smoking by adults has declined to an all-time low of 15.2% nationwide for the first quarter of 2015. The national adult smoking rate was 16.8% last year according to similar survey results. The NHIS survey which can be found here also shows that since vaping products have become available to the US in 2008, smoking rates have fallen from 20.5% to our current 15.2%.
It is also worth noting that according to a study conducted by University of Louisville Professor Dr. Brad Rodu, 85% of the 2 million former smokers that currently use e-cigarettes have reported quitting cigarettes in the prior five years (i.e., during the time period e-cigarettes have been available).
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