Cigarette smoking statistics-June 1966, August 1967, and August 1968
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Cigarette smoking statistics-June 1966, August 1967, and August 1968
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    For the past 3 years the National Center for Health Statistics has contracted with the U.S. Bureau of the Census to include a supplement to the Current Population Survey on smoking habits in the United States. The first data were collected as a supplement to the Current population Survey of June 1966, the second supplement was added to the questionnaire in August 1967, and the third in August 1968. Similar data were collected during the period July 1964-July 1966 as a part of the ongoing Health Interview Survey. (See “Current Estimates from the Health Inter-view Survey, United States, 1967,” Vital and Health Statistics, PHS Pub. No. 1000, Series 10, No. 52, and “Changes in Cigarette Smoking Between 1955 and 1966,” Series 10, No. 59, which is now in publication.) Estimates of the cigarette smoking status of the U.S, civilian, noninstitutional population 17 years of age and older are based on the data collected in June 1966, August 1967, and August 1968.
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