Vaping marijuana was also higher among non-college young adults than among college students. Nearly 8 percent of non-college adults vaped, compared to 5.2 percent of college students.
The largest difference between daily rates for college students and non-college adults was in the cigarette category. About 14 percent of non-college peers smoked daily, while just 2 percent of college students smoked every day. Past month use of vaping nicotine was also higher, with about 8 percent of non-college adults vaping nicotine, compared to 6 percent of college students.
While misuse of Vicodin in both college and non-college peers dropped about 8 percent within the last eight years, synthetic drug use over the last year was higher in non-college peers than in college students.
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