Increase use of smoking cessation counseling and medication in adults who smoke — TU‑13 Data

Status: Baseline only

  Baseline only

Most Recent Data:
38.4 percent (2022) *

43.8 percent *

Desired Direction:
Increase desired

38.4 percent of current adult smokers aged 18 years and over who tried to quit during the past year and former adult smokers who quit during the past 2 years reported using cessation counseling and/or medication during the past year as part of a quit attempt in 2022  *

Age adjusted to the year 2000 standard population.

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Smoking cessation counseling and/or medication use by adult smokers, 2022 * 
Increase desired

Population 2022
CI 36.1 / 40.6
SE 1.175