U.S. 12th graders that believed steroids cause great harm 1991-2018

Percentage of U.S. students in grade 12 that perceived steroids as being a great risk for harm from 1991 to 2018

U.S. 12th graders that believed steroids cause great harm 1991-2018 This statistic shows the percentage of 12th graders in the U.S. that believed taking steroids could put them at great risk of harm from 1991 to 2018. According to the survey, in 2018, 50.1 percent of 12th graders said that they believed steroids were harmful, compared to 61.1 percent in 2011. Steroids are performance enhancing drugs that are sometimes used by athletes illegally.
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Percentage of U.S. students in grade 12 that perceived steroids as being a great risk for harm from 1991 to 2018

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Percentage of respondents
201850.1%
201749.1%
2016 54.5%
2015 54.4%
2014 54.6%
2013 54.2%
2012 58.6%
2011 61.1%
2010 59.2%
2009 60.2%
2008 60.8%
2007 57.4%
2006 60.2%
2005 56.8%
2004 55.7%
2003 55%
2002 57.1%
2001 58.9%
2000 57.9%
1999 62.1%
1998 68.1%
1997 67.2%
1996 67.6%
1995 66.4%
1994 66.1%
1993 69.1%
1992 70.7%
199165.6%
Percentage of respondents
201850.1%
201749.1%
2016 54.5%
2015 54.4%
2014 54.6%
2013 54.2%
2012 58.6%
2011 61.1%
2010 59.2%
2009 60.2%
2008 60.8%
2007 57.4%
2006 60.2%
2005 56.8%
2004 55.7%
2003 55%
2002 57.1%
2001 58.9%
2000 57.9%
1999 62.1%
1998 68.1%
1997 67.2%
1996 67.6%
1995 66.4%
1994 66.1%
1993 69.1%
1992 70.7%
199165.6%
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This statistic shows the percentage of 12th graders in the U.S. that believed taking steroids could put them at great risk of harm from 1991 to 2018. According to the survey, in 2018, 50.1 percent of 12th graders said that they believed steroids were harmful, compared to 61.1 percent in 2011. Steroids are performance enhancing drugs that are sometimes used by athletes illegally.
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Release date
December 2018
Region
United States
Survey time period
1991 to 2018
Special properties
12th-grade students
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Monitoring the Future is an ongoing study of the behaviors, attitudes, and values of American secondary school students, college students, and young adults. Each year, a total of approximately 50,000 8th, 10th and 12th grade students are surveyed (12th graders since 1975, and 8th and 10th graders since 1991).
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