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2012 Partnership Attitude Tracking Study: Teens and Parents

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The Partnership at
Date Published: 
May, 2013

This annual study tracks the elaborate and complex attitudes teens have towards drugs. It examines reasons why adolescents use drugs, and trends in the use of marijuana, alcohol and cigarettes, ecstasy, cocaine/crack, inhalants, methamphetamine, over-the-counter medicine, and prescription drugs, along with gender differences.

Download a copy of 2012 Partnership Attitute Tracking Study: Teen and Parents  (PDF, 1.3 MB) from the Partnership at Web site.