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National Survey of American Attitudes on Substance Abuse XVII: Teens

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National Survey of American Attitudes on Substance Abuse XVII: Teens August 22, 2012 A Report by CASAColumbia®


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Survey Nationally representative Conducted by QEV Analytics, Ltd. By telephone Nationally representative sample of 1,003 teenagers, ages 12-17 (493 boys, 510 girls) Sampling error ? 3.1% 2


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Advisors Timothy Johnson, Ph.D. Professor, University of Illinois Director, Survey Research Laboratory Robert Shapiro, Ph.D. Professor, Columbia University 3


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Top Teen Concerns 4 Percent


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America’s “High” Schools 5


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Substance Use During School 86% of high school students say classmates smoke, drink or use other drugs during the school day High school students say nearly 1 in 5 of their classmates (17%) smoke, drink or use other drugs during the school day 6


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A Safe Haven for Substance Use 52% of high school students say there is a place where students go to smoke, drink and use other drugs during school 36% of high school students say it is easy for students to smoke, drink and use other drugs during the school day without getting caught 7


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Selling Drugs at School Almost half of high school students (44%) know of a student who sells illegal drugs at their school 8


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Drugs Sold at School 9 Among High School Students Who Know of a Dealer at School, Percent Who Say the Following Drugs Are Sold


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Student Substance Use 10 Percent of High School Students Who Have Used Marijuana, Alcohol or Tobacco, by Whether Students Know of a Drug Dealer at School


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My Close Friends Use 11 Percent of High School Students Who Say Their Close Friends Use Marijuana, Nicotine


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Friends/Classmates Who Use 12 Percent of High School Students Who Say They Know a Friend/Classmate Who Uses


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Drug-Infected Schools: Where Drugs Are Used, Kept or Sold On School Grounds 13


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Drug-Infected Schools 14 Percent of High School Students Who Say Drugs Used, Kept, Sold on School Grounds


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Drug-Infected Public and Private Schools 15 Percent of High School Students Who Say Drugs Used, Kept, Sold on School Grounds


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Drug Use by School Type 16 Percent of Teens (Ages 12-17) Who Have Used Marijuana, Alcohol, Nicotine


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17 Drug Access by School Type Percent of Teens (Ages 12-17) Who Can Get Cigarettes, Alcohol and Other Drugs within an Hour


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18 Drug Access by School Type Percent of Teens (Ages 12-17) Who Can Get Cigarettes, Alcohol and Other Drugs within a Day


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Social Networking: Digital Peer Pressure 19


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75% of teens say that seeing pictures on social networking sites of kids partying with alcohol or marijuana encourages other teens to want to party like that This includes: 79% of 16- to 17-year olds 76% of 14- to 15-year olds 71% of 12- to 13-year olds Nearly 1/2 of teens ages 12 to 17 (4%) have seen pictures on Facebook, MySpace or another social networking site of kids getting drunk or passed out or using other drugs 20 Substance Use and Social Networking Sites


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21 Percent of Teens Who Have Seen Pictures of Kids Drunk or Passed Out or Using Other Drugs on Social Networking Sites, by Age Substance Use and Social Networking Sites


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47% of teens who have seen pictures on social networking sites of kids getting drunk or passed out or using other drugs say teens in pictures seem to be having a good time This includes: 39% of 12- to 13-year olds; 39% of 14- to 15-year olds; and 55% of 16- to 17- year olds 22 Substance Use and Social Networking Sites


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62% of teens say that seeing pictures of teens using marijuana encourages other teens to want to use marijuana; and 63% of teens say that seeing pictures of teens drinking encourages other teens to want to drink 23 Substance Use and Social Networking Sites


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24 Substance Use and Social Networking Sites Percent of Teen Substance Use by Whether They Report Seeing Pictures of Teens Getting Drunk, Passed Out or Using Other Drugs


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Parental Supervision 25


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26 Home Alone Percent of Teens Who Report Being Left Home Alone Overnight, by Age


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27 Home Alone and Substance Use Percent of Teens Reporting Substance Use, by Whether or Not They Are Left Home Alone Overnight


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Parental Disapproval 28


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29 Teen Perception of Parental Attitudes Percent of Teens Who Say Parents Would Be Extremely Upset if They Found Out I Smoked, Drank or Used Marijuana


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30 Teen Substance Use and Parental Attitudes Percent of Teens Reporting Substance Use, by Parental Attitudes


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31 Teens Reflect Parental Attitudes Parents Would Not Be Extremely Upset Parents Would Be Extremely Upset Percent of Teens Who Think Substance Use is OK, by Parental Disapproval


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Stress and Substance Use 32


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33 Teens and Stress Percent of Teens Reporting High and Low Levels of Stress in Their Lives


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34 Teen Substance Use and Stress Percent of Teens Who Have Used Substances, by Stress Level


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35 Teens’ #1 Source of Stress Percent


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Other Notable Findings 36


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37 Which Drugs Easiest to Get? Percent of Teens Who Say it is Easiest to Get* Cigarettes, Beer, Marijuana or Prescription Drugs, 2006-2012


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38 Trends in Getting Drugs in an Hour Percent of Teens Who Can Get Marijuana, Prescription Drugs, Alcohol within an Hour


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39 Percent of Teens Who Can Get Marijuana, Prescription Drugs, Alcohol within a Day Trends in Getting Drugs in a Day


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40 Getting Drugs Within an Hour Percent of Teens Who Can Get Marijuana or Prescription Drugs within an Hour, by Age


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41 Percent of Teens Who Can Get Marijuana or Prescription Drugs within a Day, by Age Getting Drugs Within a Day


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42 Drug Use and Religious Service Attendance Percent of Teens Who Have Used Marijuana, Alcohol, Nicotine, by How Often Teen Attends Religious Services


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