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Smokeless Tobacco Wyoming Adult Males Who Report Currently Using Smokeless Tobacco

The percentage of Wyoming men reporting current smokeless tobacco use.

County Average
Albany 12.2%

(8.9% - 16.6%)

Big Horn 14.7%

(9.6% - 21.9%)

Campbell 22.7%

(18.3% - 27.8%)

Carbon 17.5%

(12.6% - 23.8%)

Converse 20.7%

(14.2% - 29%)

Crook 26.5%

(19% - 35.5%)

Fremont 16.4%

(12.6% - 21%)

Goshen 18.1%

(11.9% - 26.5%)

Hot Springs 21.8%

(9.9% - 41.4%)

Johnson 20.9%

(12.9% - 32%)

Laramie 12.9%

(10.7% - 15.6%)

Lincoln 13.7%

(8.6% - 21.2%)

Natrona 16.4%

(13.6% - 19.6%)

Niobrara 32.1%

(14% - 57.9%)

Park 13.1%

(9.2% - 18.4%)

Platte 17.2%

(10.4% - 27%)

Sheridan 14%

(10.5% - 18.5%)

Sublette 19.4%

(12.3% - 29.2%)

Sweetwater 17%

(13% - 22%)

Teton 7%

(4.2% - 11.4%)

Uinta 16%

(11.1% - 22.6%)

Washakie 21.3%

(13.9% - 31.3%)

Weston 28.4%

(19.7% - 39.1%)

Wyoming 16.4%

(15% - 19.9%)

Note: A large gender disparity exists in smokeless tobacco use. Consistently 3% or less of adult women in Wyoming report using smokeless tobacco; the use rates by males are much higher. Given this disparity, the SEOW chose to prioritize male smokeless tobacco use for continued surveillance. The results are presented as multi-year averages to make them less volatile to year-to-year changes and to account for counties with smaller populations.

SOURCE: BRFSS-II 2015-2019

About the Data

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