Ever use of other tobacco products among youth aged 15-19 was not measured in the 2019 or 2020 CTNS, but data from the 2003-2017 CTUMS/CTADS is shown in Figure 9.4. Among youth aged 15-19, cigars/cigarillos were the most prevalent other tobacco products used; ever use of cigars/cigarillos increased between 2003 and 2007 before declining steadily for the next decade. Ever use of chewing tobacco/pinch/snuff remained fairly stable at around 6% throughout the time period from 2003-2017; pipe use remained stable at a similar level in all years it was measured. Ever use of a waterpipe was asked about beginning in 2011, and while it appears to have increased in the first couple of years, prevalence decreased to the initially measured level by 2015 and continued declining. 

Line graph showing percentage of youth age 15 to 19 who have ever tried various tobacco products, from 2003 to 2017. Trends described in text. Data table below with 95% confidence intervals.