This report reviews the results of the California Tobacco Retail Surveillance Study (CTRSS; formerly known as the California Tobacco Advertising Study, CTAS) 2017. This study assessed the availability, placement, and promotions of tobacco products in the retail setting, as well as changes among these items since 2014.
This technical report documents the study design and sampling methodology of the 2013 Healthy Stores for a Healthy Community survey.
This report reviews the results of the 2014 California Tobacco Advertising Study, the aim of which was to characterize the retail availability of flavored tobacco products as well as electronic nicotine delivery systems. The study also assessed change over time in the promotion, placement and price of select tobacco products since 2011.
The 2011 California Smoker Cohort survey investigated current cigarette smokers’ tobacco-related behaviors, knowledge of and attitudes towards smoking and cessation among California adults from a longitudinal perspective and monitored the effect of state-initiated tobacco control programs on target populations. This report describes the methodology of the 2011 California Smoker Cohort and describes changes of smoking behavior over a 12-month follow-up period, suggesting the effectiveness of state-initiated tobacco control programs