Number of cigarettes smoked per day before and during pregnancy U.S. 2014, by race

This statistic shows the average number of cigarettes smoked per day by pregnant women in the U.S. who said they smoked before or during pregnancy in 2014, by ethnicity. It was found that white women who said they smoked 3 months before their pregnancy smoked an average of 14 cigarettes a day.

Average number of cigarettes smoked per day by pregnant women in the U.S. before and during pregnancy in 2014, by ethnicity

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Source

Release date

February 2016

Region

United States

Survey time period

2014

Number of respondents

3,819,113 respondents

Supplementary notes

Figures include smokers only.
*Includes women who reported smoking in the 3 months before pregnancy and did not report smoking during pregnancy; see Methods. **Include other races not shown and origin not stated.
NOTE: The revised reporting area excludes Connecticut, Hawaii, New Jersey, and Rhode Island and represents 95% of all U.S. births in 2014.

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