Maryland's Tobacco Resource Center - Linking Professionals to Best Practices

National Cessation Data

Smoking Prevalence Among Adults

National Estimates It is estimated that one in five (20.6%) adults (46 million people) smoke cigarettes in the United States (CLICK HERE for more information). State-Specific Estimates According to results from the National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH), Utah and California reported the lowest prevalence rates for cigarette use (17%) and Kentucky reported the highest prevalence rate (33%), in the United States. It should be noted that these state prevalence rates also include underage youth (12 to 17 years). For more information on other states, please see, Tobacco Cigarette
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