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FY2019 FY2018
State Ranking 49 50
State Spending on Tobacco Prevention $0 $0
Percent of CDC Recommended Spending
($32.0 million)
0.0% 0.0%
Connecticut's Tobacco Revenue, CDC Recommended Spending, State Spending and Tobacco Industry Marketing
Tobacco's Toll in Connecticut
(December 01, 2017)
Adults who smoke 12.7%
High school students who smoke 3.5%
High school students who use e-cigarettes 14.7%
Death caused by smoking each year 4,900
Annual health care costs directly caused by smoking $2.03 billion
Proportion of cancer deaths attributable to smoking 27.0%
Residents' state and federal tax burden from smoking-caused government expenditures $830 per household
Estimated annual tobacco industry marketing in state $73.0 million
Ratio of industry marketing to state tobacco prevention spending -
Last updated: December 08, 2018