Youth Tobacco Survey
The 2017 Minnesota Youth Tobacco Survey measured use of eight types of tobacco products and included additional questions related to use of cigarettes and electronic cigarettes. The survey also measured exposure to tobacco advertising, secondhand smoke, and e-cigarette vapor. One hundred public schools and classrooms across the state were randomly selected, and 70 participated in the study. Overall, 4,112 students in grades 6 through 12 took the survey resulting in an overall response rate of 62.7%. Prior to analysis, the data were adjusted for nonresponse and weighted to produce statewide prevalence estimates while accounting for the complex survey design.
Teens and Tobacco in Minnesota, 2017 Update
This report covers survey results on conventional tobacco use and secondhand smoke exposure. It also presents results on the use of electronic cigarettes by Minnesota youth.
- Teens and Tobacco in Minnesota: Highlights from the 2017 Minnesota Youth Tobacco Survey (PDF)
- Youth Tobacco Survey Frequency Table, 2017 (Excel)
Teens and Tobacco in Minnesota, 2014 Update
This report covers survey results on conventional tobacco use and secondhand smoke exposure, and presents the first results on the use of electronic cigarettes by Minnesota youth.
- Teens and Tobacco in Minnesota 2014 - Executive Summary (PDF)
- Teens and Tobacco in Minnesota 2014 - Data Book (PDF)
For more information on tobacco statistics, please visit Tobacco NUMBRS.
Archived reports from 2008 and 2011, as well as the Minnesota Adult Tobacco Use Survey (1999-2014) are available upon request from the Center for Health Statistics.