This dataset contains two data files: 1) Adult cigarette use prevalence and 2) Adult tobacco use prevalence in California. Tobacco use includes cigarettes, cigars, little cigars or cigarillos, pipe tobacco, smokeless tobacco (e.g. chew, snuff, snus), hookah, or electronic smoking devices (e.g. e-cigarettes, vape pens, pod mods). See the individual file description for more information on each data file.
The California Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS) is an on-going telephone survey of randomly selected adults, which collects information on a wide variety of health-related behaviors, including current cigarette and tobacco usage. Data are collected monthly from a random sample of the California population aged 18 years and older. The BRFSS has been conducted since 1984 by the California Department of Public Health in collaboration with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
Data and Resources
- Data-Cigarette Use Prevalence in Adultscsv
The data table contains the adult smoking prevalence in California from the...
- Data Dictionary-Cigarette Use Prevalence in Adultsxlsx
This data table provides adult smoking prevalence rates in California in...
- Data-Tobacco Use Prevalence in Adultscsv
The data table provides adult tobacco use prevalence rates in California...
- Data Dictionary-Tobacco Use Prevalence in Adultsxlsx
This data table provides adult tobacco use prevalence rates in California...
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California Tobacco Control Program
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Diseases and Conditions