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Compared to smoking cigarettes, would you say that electronic cigarettes are…

HINTS Dataset
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Responses ESTIMATED US ADULT POPULATION SURVEY RESPONDENTS
Display Order Response Number Percentage Responses Percentage
1 Much less harmful 12,857,915 5.3% 157 4.3%
2 Less harmful 49,647,460 20.6% 716 19.5%
3 Just as harmful 79,002,499 32.8% 1,199 32.7%
4 More harmful 6,468,816 2.7% 76 2.1%
5 Much more harmful 4,908,187 2.0% 76 2.1%
6 I've never heard of electronic cigarettes 2,850,637 1.2% 24 0.7%
7 I don't know enough about these products 81,669,059 33.9% 1,350 36.8%
-9 Missing data (Not Ascertained) 3,260,475 1.4% 66 1.8%
  Total - 100% 3,664 100%
Survey Notes
Download:
HINTS-FDA Survey Instrument (English): PDF
Who was asked:
All survey participants
Data collection method:
Mail
Question source:
Original to HINTS 4 Cycle 2
Dataset:
HINTS FDA
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