Youth Tobacco Reports

Teens and Tobacco in Minnesota, 2011 Update: Results from the Minnesota Youth Tobacco and Asthma Survey (PDF: 864KB/69 pages)
This report covers survey results on tobacco use, characteristics of smokers, secondhand smoke exposure, media awareness and other topics between 2000 and 2011. Published December, 2011.

Teens and Tobacco in Minnesota, 2011 Update: Executive Summary (PDF 257KB/9 pages)

Teens and Tobacco in Minnesota, the View from 2008: Results from the Minnesota Youth Tobacco and Asthma Survey (PDF: 467KB/63 pages)

Teens and Tobacco in Minnesota, the View from 2008: Executive Summary (PDF 193KB/8 pages)

Changes in Tobacco Use by Minnesota Youth, 2000-2005: Results from the Minnesota Youth Tobacco Survey (PDF: 238KB/25 pages)
This report uses data from the 2000, 2002 and 2005 Minnesota Youth Tobacco Surveys to illustrate changes over the five-year period in teen tobacco use, secondhand smoke exposure and other topics. Published December, 2005.

Teens and Tobacco in Minnesota: Results from the Minnesota Youth Tobacco Survey; December 2000 (PDF: 442KB/49 pages)
This report draws on data from the Youth Tobacco Survey conducted in 2000 and provides baseline data just prior to the start of the Minnesota Youth Tobacco Prevention Initiative funded by the newly created Tobacco Endowment. Topics include tobacco use, knowledge and beliefs about tobacco, access to tobacco products, secondhand smoke, media exposure and other topics.

Youth Risk Behavior and Social Factors Associated with Smoking Cigarettes: Results from the 2007 Minnesota Student Survey, 9th Grade Students (PDF: 63KB/12 pages)
This report presents data comparing three groups of students (non-smokers, moderate smokers and frequent smokers) on a wide variety of social factors and behaviors, including school climate, activities, relationships, health, violence and chemical use. Published March, 2008.

 


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Updated Monday, October 20, 2014 at 08:35AM