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A Venn Diagram about Polysubstance Use among Delaware Youth

‚ÄčThis venn diagram illustrates the prevalence of past year polysubstance use among 11th grade students in Delaware. Each circle has been scaled relative to the number of students who report using that substance in the past year, and the areas where circles overlap are accurate to the proportion of students who reported using multiple substances. Alcohol remains the most commonly used substance; 45 percent of the Delaware 11th graders reported drinking alcohol in the past year. Marijuana stands out as the second most used substance; 34 percent of the 11th graders reported using marijuana in the past year. Every student who reported smoking cigarettes also reported the use of an e-cigarette or vaping device. Most students who reported using a different substance were also using alcohol or marijuana, if not both.

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