Be United Collaborative. Tuesday , September 13 th. Past 30-day Usage. Tobacco 10 th Grade: 9% 12 th Grade: 11% Alcohol 10 th Grade: 31% 12 th Grade: 33% Marijuana 10 th Grade: 24% 12 th Grade: 18%. Risk Factors Included. Social Norms Social & Retail Access Perceived Risk
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Tuesday, September 13th
10th Grade Students had most favorable attitudes towards alcohol
12th Grade Students had most favorable attitudes towards alcohol
Youth believe using marijuana would most greatly increase their chances of being seen as cool, followed closely by alcohol.
Youth believe adults in their neighborhood would be most accepting of youth their age drinking alcohol, followed by cigarette use.
12th Grade students reported that cigarettes would be the easiest to obtain, followed by marijuana.
10th Grade students reported that marijuana would be the easiest to obtain, followed by cigarettes then alcohol.
Social access (friends) was the greatest source of tobacco access among 10th Grade Students
Social Access, specifically, friends, siblings, parents, and parties were the greatest sources of access for 10th Grade Students
Social Access, specifically, friends, siblings, parents, and parties were the greatest sources of access for 12th Grade Students
Percentage of youth reporting great or moderate risk for regular usage of substances