The Australian Institute of Health and Welfare has begun releasing results from the 2013 National Drugs Strategy Household Survey. The NDSHS looks at the prevalence of current use and lifetime use of drugs and alcohol, by examining a cross section of the Australian population.
Today’s media release touches on some of the trends that have been identified in the data. The full report is due for release at the end of the year.
Some of the information, so far…
18-24 y/o who had never smoked had significantly increased from 2010 (from 72% to 77%)