Young adults in the US are opting for vaping and cannabis over cigarettes

Young adults in the US are more likely to vape or use cannabis than to smoke cigarettes, as the national smoking rate hovers near a historical low. But many Americans still perceive vaping as dangerous, and support stronger regulation.

Findings from a Gallup poll released this month confirm that Americans’ willingness to ditch cigarettes is accompanied by a growing interest in e-cigarettes and cannabis among 18- to 29-year-olds, an age group that consumes cannabis more than they vape or smoke tobacco.


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