Facts and Figures
This file summarizes data from the 2018 Young Adult Tobacco Purchase Survey (YATPS). YATPS is an annual statewide survey conducted since 2017 that captures the percentage of retailers who sold tobacco to underage young adults age 18 or 19. YATPS was conducted to evaluate retailer compliance to California’s Tobacco 21 legislation that increased the minimum legal age-of-sale for tobacco from 18 to 21.
This file summarizes select results from the 2018 Youth Tobacco Purchase Survey (YTPS). YTPS is an annual statewide survey conducted from 1997 to 2018 that captures the percentage of retailers who sold tobacco to youth age 15 or 16.
This report is a reference for recent tobacco control statistics for the state of California. It includes statewide tobacco data around a variety of topics including electronic smoking devices, flavored tobacco, secondhand smoke, health effects, tobacco retail environment, and smoking cessation
The Density of Tobacco Retailers Fact Sheet provides information about how density of tobacco retailers can influence tobacco use, and strategies to reduce tobacco retailers and tobacco use.
This fact sheet highlights the impacts of decreasing and increasing the price of tobacco products. Evidence-based strategies to influence the price of tobacco products are also provided.
An updated comprehensive review of tobacco-related data across the state of California. The report includes data on smoking prevalence, tobacco consumption, secondhand smoke exposure, health effects, tobacco industry spending, and smoking cessation.
California Tobacco Facts and Figures 2016 (PDF)
A comprehensive review of tobacco-related data across the state of California. The report includes data on smoking prevalence, tobacco consumption, secondhand smoke exposure, cancer incidence and mortality, tobacco industry spending, and smoking cessation.
PowerPoint data slides from the 2016 California Tobacco Facts & Figures
New Tobacco Use Prevalence among California Adults and Youth 2016 (PDF)
This file shows the latest prevalence of tobacco use among California adults and youth.
Tobacco Use among American Indian and Alaska Natives Populations 2016 (PDF)
American Indians/Alaska Natives have the highest prevalence of cigarette smoking compared to all other racial/ethnic groups in the United States. This fact sheet summarized the most up-to-date national and California data regarding tobacco use (rates, smoking behaviors and patterns, and health consequences) among American Indian/Alaska Native populations.
Impact of Electronic Smoking Devices and Marijuana on Air Quality 2016 (PDF)
This fact sheet highlight the impact of ESD aerosol and marijuana smoke on air quality, and provides position statements from reputable health and professional organizations regarding the need to address the risks posed by use of these devices/drugs.
Fact Sheet summarizing tobacco use among California's LGBT population.
Study of the cost of smoking in California in 2009 which indicates the economic burden to $18.1 billion or $4,603 per smoker.
Fact Sheet summarizing the scientific literature describing the influence of the tobacco retail environment on the uptake and maintenance of tobacco use.
Fact Sheet summarizing smoking before, during and after pregnancy among California women.
Infographic summarizing smoking before, during and after pregnancy among California women.
Fact Sheet summarizing the problem of menthol tobacco products.