ASSAD E-cigarette use, ever, by age group

ASSAD E-cigarette use, ever, by age group


    Ever used E-cigarettes, ACT Secondary Students aged 12-17 years, by age group, 2014-2017


    In 2017, 9.6% of ACT secondary students surveyed reported that they had ever used e-cigarettes. This was similar to the national figure (14.0%). Older students aged 16-17 years were significantly more likely to report that they had ever tried e-cigarettes than younger students aged 12-15 years (17.7% vs 6.0%, respectively).

    Please note that this indicator was updated in 2022 and replaces all previous versions. 

    For the purpose of reporting the Australian Secondary Students' Alcohol and Drug survey data on HealthStats, if the 95% confidence intervals of the estimates do not overlap, they are considered to be significantly different.

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