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Trends in 'Smoke Everyday' Rates Across Top 5 States with Highest Prevalence from 1995 to 2010

Source: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) (CSV).
  • The analysis identifies Kentucky consistently showing high 'Smoke Everyday' rates, peaking at 29.1.
  • West Virginia and Tennessee demonstrate gradual declines in 'Smoke Everyday' rates towards the latter years.
  • Data for Guam is incomplete and intermittent, complicating trend analysis.
  • Indiana exhibited a decreasing trend, with the 'Smoke Everyday' rate dropping to 16.3 by 2010.
  • The states with the highest smoking rates were selected, which may not fully represent nationwide trends.

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