ASCO Survey: E-Cigarettes Are Widely Misperceived as Harmless Among Young Adults

Published: Saturday, Oct 19, 2019
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Findings from a national survey show that vaping is not only more common but also more favorably perceived among younger age groups than older adults, with 1 in 4 young people indicating their belief that vapes are “harmless” and not addictive.

As of August 10, 71% of Americans supported FDA regulation of e-cigarettes.

Figure. Rates of Agreement With Survey Statements

Figure. Rates of Agreement With Survey Statements
National survey reveals one in five young adults regularly uses e-cigarettes and believes they are harmless, not addictive. ASCO. Posted online September 24, 2019. Accessed October 18, 2019.

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