TABLE 1

Prevalence of Sociodemographic Characteristics, Lifetime, and Current (Last 30-Day) Use of Each Tobacco Product at Baseline and Rates of Product Initiation at Follow-up Among Youth Residing in a Jurisdiction With ALA Reduced Tobacco Sales, Grade A or D or F

Grade AGrade D or F
N (%a)N (%a)
Sex
 Male324 (49.7)735 (50.9)
 Female328 (50.3)710 (49.1)
Ethnicity
 Hispanic white349 (53.5)736 (50.9)
 Non-Hispanic white230 (35.3)504 (34.9)
 Other73 (11.2)205 (14.2)
Parent education
 Less than or equal to high school245 (41.3)460 (34.3)
 Some college219 (36.9)502 (37.4)
 College or more129 (21.8)379 (28.3)
Prevalent ever tobacco product use at baseline
 Cigarette89 (13.7)302 (21.0)
 E-cigarette123 (19.0)379 (26.4)
 Hookah158 (24.3)411 (28.6)
 Cigars69 (10.6)204 (14.2)
 Any tobacco product214 (32.9)564 (39.2)
Prevalent past 30-d tobacco product use at baseline
 Cigarette24 (3.7)95 (6.6)
 E-cigarette56 (8.6)145 (10.1)
 Hookah62 (9.5)162 (11.3)
 Cigars21 (3.2)55 (3.8)
 Any tobacco product107 (16.5)267 (18.6)
Initiation of tobacco product use (between baseline and follow-up)b
 Cigarette52 (13.1)156 (18.0)
 E-cigarette92 (24.7)235 (29.7)
 Hookah55 (15.9)146 (18.9)
 Cigars49 (12.0)158 (17.1)
 Any tobacco product85 (27.7)198 (30)
Initiation with past 30-d tobacco product use at follow-upb
 Cigarette17 (4.3)52 (6.0)
 E-cigarette17 (4.7)69 (8.9)
 Hookah16 (4.7)32 (4.2)
 Cigars12 (2.9)36 (3.9)
 Any tobacco product24 (7.9)78 (12.1)
  • a The denominator (652 in grade A; 1445 in grade D or F) varies because of missing values in covariates.

  • b Restricted to nonusers of each product (or of any tobacco product) at baseline.