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TABLE 1

Demographic Characteristics of Survey Respondents

Demographic CharacteristicTotal Sample,a,bn = 2487By Recent Vaping Statusa
None (n = 1716)Any (n = 671)Pc
Age, mean (SD), y 15.7 (1.2) 15.6 (1.2) 15.9 (1.2) <.001 
Race, No. (%)    <.001 
 American Indian or Alaskan native 30 (1.2) 16 (0.9) 10 (1.5)  
 Asian American 111 (4.5) 92 (5.4) 15 (2.2)  
 Black or African American 664 (26.7) 524 (30.5) 110 (16.4)  
 Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander 11 (0.4) 6 (0.3) 4 (0.6)  
 White 1218 (49.0) 767 (44.7) 411 (61.3)  
 Multiracial or other 430 (17.3) 296 (17.2) 114 (17.0)  
Ethnicity, No. (%)    .23 
 Hispanic 210 (8.4) 147 (8.6) 47 (7.0)  
 Non-Hispanic 2224 (89.4) 1530 (89.2) 612 (91.2)  
Sex assigned at birth, No. (%)    .47 
 Male 1027 (41.3) 712 (41.5) 266 (39.6)  
 Female 1446 (58.1) 996 (58.0) 400 (59.6)  
Self-identification as sexual or gender minority,d No. (%)    .76 
 No 1750 (70.8) 1219 (71.0) 482 (71.8)  
 Yes 641 (25.8) 431 (25.1) 177 (26.4)  
Other tobacco use (past 30 d), No. (%)    <.001 
 Cigarettes 148 (6.0) 26 (1.5) 110 (16.4)  
 Smokeless tobaccoe 59 (2.4) 11 (0.6) 38 (5.7)  
 Cigars and cigarillosf 148 (6.0) 29 (1.7) 101 (15.1)  
Intent to quit tobacco product use (past 12 months),g No. (%)    .73 
 No 268 (10.8) 81 (4.7) 169 (25.2)  
 Yes 207 (8.3) 58 (3.4) 133 (19.8)  
Other substance use (lifetime), No. (%)    <.001 
 Alcohol 1401 (56.3) 789 (46.0) 557 (83.0)  
 Marijuana 1120 (45.0) 519 (30.2) 537 (80.0)  
 None 742 (29.8) 715 (41.7) 21 (3.1)  
Demographic CharacteristicTotal Sample,a,bn = 2487By Recent Vaping Statusa
None (n = 1716)Any (n = 671)Pc
Age, mean (SD), y 15.7 (1.2) 15.6 (1.2) 15.9 (1.2) <.001 
Race, No. (%)    <.001 
 American Indian or Alaskan native 30 (1.2) 16 (0.9) 10 (1.5)  
 Asian American 111 (4.5) 92 (5.4) 15 (2.2)  
 Black or African American 664 (26.7) 524 (30.5) 110 (16.4)  
 Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander 11 (0.4) 6 (0.3) 4 (0.6)  
 White 1218 (49.0) 767 (44.7) 411 (61.3)  
 Multiracial or other 430 (17.3) 296 (17.2) 114 (17.0)  
Ethnicity, No. (%)    .23 
 Hispanic 210 (8.4) 147 (8.6) 47 (7.0)  
 Non-Hispanic 2224 (89.4) 1530 (89.2) 612 (91.2)  
Sex assigned at birth, No. (%)    .47 
 Male 1027 (41.3) 712 (41.5) 266 (39.6)  
 Female 1446 (58.1) 996 (58.0) 400 (59.6)  
Self-identification as sexual or gender minority,d No. (%)    .76 
 No 1750 (70.8) 1219 (71.0) 482 (71.8)  
 Yes 641 (25.8) 431 (25.1) 177 (26.4)  
Other tobacco use (past 30 d), No. (%)    <.001 
 Cigarettes 148 (6.0) 26 (1.5) 110 (16.4)  
 Smokeless tobaccoe 59 (2.4) 11 (0.6) 38 (5.7)  
 Cigars and cigarillosf 148 (6.0) 29 (1.7) 101 (15.1)  
Intent to quit tobacco product use (past 12 months),g No. (%)    .73 
 No 268 (10.8) 81 (4.7) 169 (25.2)  
 Yes 207 (8.3) 58 (3.4) 133 (19.8)  
Other substance use (lifetime), No. (%)    <.001 
 Alcohol 1401 (56.3) 789 (46.0) 557 (83.0)  
 Marijuana 1120 (45.0) 519 (30.2) 537 (80.0)  
 None 742 (29.8) 715 (41.7) 21 (3.1)  
a

Percentages represent proportion of column-wise totals.

b

Percentages may not total 100% because of nonresponses.

c

P value obtained from two-tailed t test (continuous) or χ2 test for independence (categorical).

d

Self-identification as gay or lesbian, bisexual, queer, asexual, trans girl, trans boy, genderqueer, nonbinary, another identity, or gender identity different from sex assigned at birth.

e

Smokeless tobacco products included chewing tobacco, snuff, dip, snus, or dissolvable tobacco products, such as Redman, Levi Garrett, Beechnut, Skoal, Skoal Bandits, Copenhagen, Camel Snus, Marlboro Snus, General Snus, Ariva, Stonewall, or Camel Orbs.

f

Cigars, cigarillos, or little cigars.

g

Individuals responding “I did not use any tobacco products in the last 12 months” were not included in this item’s analysis.

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