U.S. entry into World War I U.S. entry into World War II Surgeongeneral’sreport on smokingand health Surgeon general’s reporton secondhand smoke Great Depression begins Smoking linked to cancer 4,000 3,000 2,000 1,000 1900 1910 1920 1930 1940 1950 1960 1970 1980 1990 2000 2010 Federal cigarette tax doubles Federal taxincrease of$0.62 Over-the-counternicotine medications NV MT WY ID UT CO WA OR CA AK HI AZ NM MI IN FL GA AL TN KY WI IL MO AR MS LA MN* IA ND SD NE KS TX OK ME NY PA OH VA NC SC WV MA RI CT NJ MD DC DE NH VT Historic cigarette consumption Who smokes where Kentucky has the highest percentage of smokers among U.S. states;the Midwest has the highest percentage among regions. What makes a smoker RACE EDUCATION POVERTY LEVEL GENDER PERCENTAGE WHO SMOKE BY STATE AGE GROUP White Black Hispanic Indian Asian Mixed Female Male 0-12 years (no diploma) 8th grade or less 9-11th grade 12th grade (no diploma) High school graduate College, no diploma Associate degree Undergraduate degree 9.1% Graduate degree 5.9% 8.9% Above Below 18-24 25-44 45-64 Over 64 Percentage who reported smoking at least 100 cigarettes during their lifetime and who reported smoking every day or some days. 19.7% 24.7% 15.2% 32.1% 24.7% 23.1% 20.9% 17.9% 17% 27.9% 18.1% 12.5% 21.8% 10.7% 26.1% 17.3% 21.6% 19.5% ADULT PER CAPITA CIGARETTE CONSUMPTION, 1900 - 2012 20.5% 15.8% 10% 20% 30%

SOURCE: Euromonitor.com, Surgeongeneral.gov and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. GRAPHIC: Richard Johnson - The Washington Post. Published July 15, 2014.