This report presents midpoint data for several tobacco indicators using various data sources and collections years. The majority of indicators show that favourable progress has been made, particularly for exposure to tobacco smoke, uptake of smoking, transition to established smoking and regular smoking among young people, adults and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. However, some groups achieved greater progress than others, and inequalities within particular groups increased for some indicators.
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Publication table of contents
- Preliminary material
- Title and verso pages
- Body section
- 1 Introduction
- About this report
- Interpreting results in this report
- 2 Smoking phases
- Established smoking
- 3 Smoking patterns across population group
- Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people
- People living in the lowest socioeconomic areas
- People living in Remote and very remote areas
- Single-parent households
- End matter
- Appendix A: Conceptual framework
- Related publications
Notes and corrections
The current version of the publication is presented above. Previous versions of files that have been updated or corrected are presented below.
- (17 Oct 2016) Addendum to PDF, pages updated p.iv and p.72–92. Supplementary data tables Chapter 3 replaced.
Previous version: Tobacco indicators: measuring midpoint progress—reporting under the National Tobacco Strategy 2012–2018 (5.5MB PDF)
- (29 Nov 2016) Updates to Summary p.vi–vii and Box 3.2 on p.72.
Previous version: Tobacco indicators: measuring midpoint progress—reporting under the National Tobacco Strategy 2012–2018 (5.2MB PDF)
AIHW 2016. Tobacco indicators: measuring midpoint progress—reporting under the National Tobacco Strategy 2012–2018. Drug statistics series no. 30. Cat. no. PHE 210. Canberra: AIHW.