1975-2021 Data for In-School Surveys of 8th, 10th, and 12th Grade Students

 

Prevalence Trends by Drug

 

Adderall

Flavored Alcohol

Regular Small Cigars

ADHD Drugs (Either type)

Flavored Cigars

Ritalin

ADHD Drugs (Non-Stimulant)

GHB

Rohypnol

ADHD Drugs (Stimulant)

Hallucinogens

Salvia

Alcohol

Hallucinogens other than LSD

Sedatives

Alcoholic Beverages with Caffeine

Heroin

Small Cigars

Amphetamines

Heroin with Needle

Smokeless Tobacco

Androstenedione

Heroin without Needle

Snus

Any Illicit Drug

Inhalants

Stay Awake Pills

Any Illicit Drug including Inhalants

JUUL

Steroids

Any Illicit Drug other than Marijuana

Ketamine

Steroids among Females

Bath Salts

Kreteks

Steroids among Males

Beer

Large Cigars

Synthetic Marijuana

Bidis

Liquor

Tobacco using a Hookah

Cigarettes

LSD

Tranquilizers

Cocaine

Methamphetamines

Any Vaping

Cocaine other than Crack

Methaqualone

Vaping Flavoring

Crack

Marijuana

Vaping Marijuana

Creatine

Narcotics other than Heroin

Vaping Nicotine

Crystal Methamphetamine

Nitrites

Vicodin

Diet Pills

Over the Counter Cold/Cough Medicine

Wine

Dissolvable Tobacco

OxyContin

Wine Coolers

Been Drunk

PCP

Vaping Brands

Ecstasy (MDMA)

Provigil

 

 

 

Reported Changes in Drug Use and Mental Health Since the Pandemic

 

Changes in Drug Use

Changes in Mental Health

8th Grade

8th Grade

10th Grade

10th Grade

12th Grade

12th Grade

All Three Grades Combined

All Three Grades Combined

 

 

Trends by Reporting Interval

 

Separate tables for 8th, 10th, & 12th Grade

Tables for All Three Grades Combined

Lifetime Drug Use

Lifetime Drug Use

Annual Drug Use

Annual Drug Use

30-Day Drug Use

30-Day Drug Use

Daily Drug Use

Daily Drug Use

Footnotes to Tables Above

 

 

 

Tables of Drug Attitudes and Beliefs

 

Perceived Risk of Drug Use, 8th Grade

Perceived Risk of Drug Use, 10th Grade

Perceived Risk of Drug Use, 12th Grade

Disapproval of Drug Use, 8th Grade

Disapproval of Drug Use, 10th Grade

Disapproval of Drug Use, 12th Grade

Perceived Availability of Drugs, 8th Grade

Perceived Availability of Drugs, 10th Grade

Perceived Availability of Drugs, 12th Grade

 






Publicly available Monitoring the Future microdata from the cross-sectional, in-school surveys may be obtained through the National Addiction & HIV Data Archive Program (NAHDAP), a part of the Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research (ICPSR).

NAHDAP/ICPSR
The University of Michigan
P.O. Box 1248
Ann Arbor, MI 48106-1248

Note that these data sets have had all personal indentifiers removed, and other information that might be used to impute identities has been either altered or removed altogether to protect study respondents.




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