Studies and statistics on smoking, tobacco products, and second-hand smoke

Campus smoking rate on the decline

Alicia Adamczyk

A survey conducted to gauge the success of the University’s smoking ban two years after its implementation shows promising results for those favoring a smoke-free campus.


Changes in Smoking Prevalence, Attitudes, and Beliefs Over 4 Years Following a Campus-Wide Anti-tobacco Intervention

the Journal of American College Health

Study examining the effectiveness of an institutional intervention aimed at decreasing prevalence of tobacco use and exposure to smoke on campus over a 4-year period.


58 million nonsmokers in US are still exposed to secondhand smoke

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Although secondhand smoke (SHS) exposure in the United States dropped by half between 1999 to 2000 and 2011 to 2012, one in four nonsmokers -- 58 million people -- are still exposed to SHS


Electronic Smoking Devices and Secondhand Aerosol

Americans for Nonsmokers' Rights

Electronic smoking devices (ESDs) do not just emit “harmless water vapor.”