Prevalence of smoking among adults in Texas in 2016, by race/ethnicity

Share of adults in Texas who are smokers 2016, by ethnicity This statistic represents the prevalence of smoking in Texas in 2016, by ethnicity. In 2016, approximately 16.8 percent of White adults in Texas smoked, while only 5 percent of Asians were considered smokers.
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Race/ethnicityPercentage of adult population
White16.8%
Black17.1%
Hispanic13.1%
Asian5%
American Indian38.3%
Race/ethnicityPercentage of adult population
White16.8%
Black17.1%
Hispanic13.1%
Asian5%
American Indian38.3%
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This statistic represents the prevalence of smoking in Texas in 2016, by ethnicity. In 2016, approximately 16.8 percent of White adults in Texas smoked, while only 5 percent of Asians were considered smokers.
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Release date
December 2016
Region
United States
Survey time period
2016
Age group
18 years and older
Supplementary notes
Smokers are those who reported smoking at least 100 cigarettes in their lifetime and currently smoke every or some days.

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