Estimates of the percentage of the 18+ population living in households in which cigarette smoking is not allowed, and working in environments in which smoking is not allowed.
|Smoking not allowed
at home* (%)
|Population Size (thousands)||Sample Size||Smoking not allowed
at work** (%)
|Population Size (thousands)||Sample Size|
|American Indian / Alaska Native||51.8||1,632||1,817||59.3||687||748|
|Asian / Pacific Islander||73.7||7,109||5,077||70.6||3,935||2,770|
*Based on question: "Which statement best describes the rules about smoking in your home: No one is allowed to smoke anywhere, smoking is permitted in some places or at some times, or smoking is permitted anywhere."
**Assessed by asking: "Does your place of work have an official policy that restricts smoking in any way?"; "Which of these best describes your place of work's smoking policy for indoor public or common areas, such as lobbies, rest rooms, and lunch rooms?"; and "Which of these best describes your place of work's smoking policy for work areas" [with response categories: "Not allowed in any (public/work) areas/Allowed in some (public/work) areas/Allowed in all (public/work) areas"].
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