Utah Tobacco Statistics

Utah Tobacco Statistics


Adult Smoking
Smoking adults 11.3% of Utahns (2011)
Smoking men (18+) 13.2% of Utahn men (2011)
Smoking women (18+) 9.4% of Utahn women (2011)
Pregnant Women 4.5% smoked in their final trimester (2010)
Quit attempts 60% of daily smokers made a serious quit attempt in the past 12 months (2011)
Student Tobacco Use
Smoking students (grades 9-12) 5.9% of Utah students (2011)
Smoking male students (grades 9-12) 7.0% of Utah male students (2011)
Smoking female students (grades 9-12) 4.5% of Utah female students (2011)
Chewing tobacco students (grades 9-12) 3.7% of Utah students (2011)
Second Hand Smoke
Children (ages 0-17) exposed 11,400 of Utah children (1.9%) (2011)
41.4% of Utah adults report breathing secondhand smoke in the past week at indoor and outdoor locations (2011)
Costs (2000-2004)
Deaths related to smoking 1,156 of Utahns
Smoking attributable medical/productivity costs $663 million
Tobacco advertising expenditure in Utah $57.9 million

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