National Drug Strategy
National Drug Strategy

Australian secondary school students' use of tobacco, alcohol, and over-the-counter and illicit substances in 2011

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Figure 3.1: Average number of cigarettes consumed per week among daily smokers and non-daily current smokers at each age group, Australia, 2011#

Figure 3.2: Percentage of current smokers# aged 12 to 15 years and 16 to 17 years believing it would be easy for them to buy cigarettes themselves or to get someone else to buy cigarettes for them, by whether they bought their last cigarette or not, 2011

Figure 3.3: Trends in proportion of students aged 12-15 years and 16-17 years who had smoked in the past 4 weeks, 1984-2011

Figure 3.4: Trends in proportion of current (smoked in past seven days) and committed smoking (smoked on 3 or more days of past seven days) among 12- to 15-year-old students, 1984-2011

Figure 3.5: Trends in proportion of current (smoked in past seven days) and committed smoking (smoked on 3 or more days of past seven days) among 16- to 17-year-old students, 1984-2011

Figure 3.6: Proportion of current smokers# aged 12–15 (left) and 16–17 (right) buying cigarettes for themselves in each survey year from 1987 to 2011

Figure 3.7: Proportion of current smokers# aged 12–15 years (left) and 16–17 years (right) getting someone else to buy cigarettes for them in each survey year from 1990 to 2011

Figure 4.1: The average number of drinks consumed in the past seven days for 12- to 15-year-old current drinkers^ (left) and 16- to 17-year-old current drinkers^ (right) who drank their last drink at a party, according to source of alcohol, Australia, 2011#†

Figure 4.2: Proportion of 12- to 15-year-olds drinking in the seven days before the survey (current drinkers) and the proportion drinking more than four drinks on a single occasion in the past seven days, Australia, 1984-2011

Figure 4.3: Proportion of 16- to 17-year-olds drinking in the seven days before the survey (current drinkers) and the proportion drinking more than 4 drinks on a single occasion in the past week, Australia, 1984-2011

Figure 5.1: Percentage of male and female students in each age group using analgesics 10 or more times in the past year, Australia, 2011

Figure 5.2: Percentage of all male and female students in each age group who had used cannabis at least 10 times in the previous year, Australia, 2011 (%)

Figure 5.3: How cannabis is used, who cannabis is used with and where cannabis is used, among students who have used cannabis regularly or occasionally in the past year, Australia, 2011# (%)

Figure 5.4: Proportion of all male and female students in each age group who used inhalants 10 or more times in the year before the survey, Australia, 2011 (%)

Figure 6.1: Percentage of students who had ever used any licit or illicit substance, Australia, 2011

Figure 6.2: Percentage of students who had used any licit or illicit substance in the past month, Australia, 2011

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