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Research Article

Use of Emerging Tobacco Products in the United States

Table 1

Demographic characteristics of respondents (unweighted N = 3,240).

Demographic variableOverall N Overall weighted percentMode 1 frame unweighted percentMode 2 frame unweighted percent

Smoking status
 Never smoker1,80256.9%56.9%52.3%
 Former smoker78724.8%28.3%28.3%
 Nondaily smoker1464.6%1.6%4.0%
 Daily smoker43413.7%13.2%15.4%
Region
 Northeast40412.6%18.7%18.9%
 Midwest58918.4%25.5%22.4%
 South1,20337.6%39.5%37.0%
 West1,00731.4%16.4%21.7%
Race
 White2,34674.2%87.2%73.8%
 African American36411.5%10.0%8.5%
 Other45414.3%2.7%17.7%
Age
 18–2444013.7%8.3%8.1%
 25+2,76386.3%91.7%91.9%
Education
 Not a high school graduate 2919.2%5.6%11.2%
 High school graduate90328.5%28.6%29.0%
 Some college92929.3%25.9%28.0%
 College graduate1,04433.0%40.0%31.7%
Sex
 Female1,52352.3% 36.2%46.7%
 Male1,67547.6%63.8%53.3%

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