E-cigarette prevalence by smoking status

Since 2013, ever use of e-cigarettes appears to have increased among all groups, with the largest increases among non-daily and former smokers in the most recent years (Figure 11.10). While prevalence among never smokers was lower than other groups, ever use increased more than three-fold between 2013 and 2020 in this group.





From 2013 to 2020, past 30-day use of e-cigarettes also appears to have increased in all smoking status groups (Figure 11.11). Prevalence was greater among smokers throughout this time, but increases were greater among non-daily smokers in recent years.

Daily use of e-cigarettes also appeared to increase more among non-daily smokers than other groups, particularly in the most recent years (Figure 11.12).


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