The Virginia Department of Health has released results from the 2016-2017 Virginia Adult Tobacco Survey.
Conducted in 2016-2017, the Virginia Department of Health (VDH) Tobacco Control Program (TCP) launched the first Virginia Adult Tobacco Survey (VATS) to guide the state’s tobacco control activities. VATS assessed tobacco use as well as attitudes and opinions on tobacco such as perception of harm, tobacco taxation, smokefree air and users’ desire to quit. The use of menthol and other tobacco products such as pipes, hookahs and Electronic Nicotine Delivery Systems (commonly known as e-cigarettes) were also assessed.
Read the full news release: Virginia Health Officials Release Adult Tobacco Use Survey Results