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Table 4. 2003 Tobacco Use Special Cessation Supplement to the Current Population Survey (TUSCS-CPS)

Use of Other (non-Cigarette) Tobacco Products - Percentage Estimates (95% Confidence Intervals) of the US Household Population, 18 Years and Older, by Cigarette Smoking Status and Gender.

  Currently Use Other Tobacco* Population Size (thousands) Sample Size
Total
Total 4.2
(4.1-4.3)
209,365 181,222
Male 8.1
(7.9-8.3)
100,225 78,647
Female 0.6
(0.5-0.7)
109,140 102,575
Current Cigarette Smokers
Total 7.4
(7.1-7.8)
38,646 33,562
Male 12.4
(11.7-13.1)
20,716 16,073
Female 1.7
(1.5-1.9)
17,930 17,489
Former Cigarette Smokers
Total 5.7
(5.4-6.0)
41,861 39,151
Male 9.7
(9.2-10.2)
23,286 20,232
Female 0.6
(0.5-0.8)
18,575 18,919
Never Smoker
Total 2.7
(2.6-2.9)
128,858 108,509
Male 5.8
(5.6-6.1)
56,223 42,342
Female 0.3
(0.3-0.4)
72,635 66,167

* Everyday and some days use of cigars, pipes, chewing tobacco and/or snuff.

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