Maternal smoking at any time during pregnancy in U.S. 2016, by education level

This statistic shows the prevalence of maternal smoking at any time during pregnancy in the United States in 2016, by educational attainment. Approximately 11.7 percent of pregnant women with an education level of less than twelve years smoked sometime during their pregnancy.

Prevalence of maternal smoking at any time during pregnancy in the United States in 2016, by educational attainment

Share of respondents
Less than 12 years11.7%
High school or some college12.2%
Some college or associate's degree7.9%
Bachelor's degree7%
Master's degree of higher0.4%
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Release date

February 2018

Region

United States

Survey time period

2016

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