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Figure 1-1. Prevalence of drinking in the past 30 days, by sex, 1991–2011.

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Data for figure 1-1 are presented in Tables 1-1, 1-2, and 1-3 respectively.
[Fitted trends result from Joinpoint Regression (see the methods section for detail).]
[The shaded area marks the implementation of a major redesign to the NSDUH survey in 1999 and methodological changes in 2002.]


Figure 1-2. NSDUH: Prevalence of drinking in the past 30 days among 12–20 year olds, by sex and age group, 1991–2011.

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Data for figure 1-2 are presented in Table 1-1.
[Fitted trends result from Joinpoint Regression (see the methods section for detail).]
[Shaded areas mark the implementation of a major redesign to the NSDUH survey in 1999 and methodological changes in 2002.]

Figure 1-3. NSDUH: Prevalence of drinking in the past 30 days among 12–20 year olds, by sex and race/Hispanic origin, 1991–2011.

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Data for figure 1-3 are presented in Table 1-1.
[Shaded areas mark the implementation of a major redesign to the NSDUH survey in 1999 and methodological changes in 2002.]


Figure 1-4. NSDUH: Prevalence of drinking in the past 30 days among 12–20 year olds, by school enrollment status, 1991–2011.

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Data for figure 1-4 are presented on the following page.
[The shaded area marks the implementation of a major redesign to the NSDUH survey in 1999 and methodological changes in 2002.]


Figure 1-5. NSDUH: Prevalence of drinking in the past 30 days among 12–20 year olds, by age, sex, and race/Hispanic origin, 2011.

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Data for figure 1-5 are presented in Table 1-1.


Figure 1-6. YRBS: Prevalence of drinking in the past 30 days, by grade and sex, 2011.

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Data for figure 1-6 are presented in Table 1-3.


Figure 2-1. NSDUH and YRBS: Prevalence of initiating drinking at age 12 years or younger, by sex,1991–2011.

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Data for figure 2-1 are presented in Tables 2-2 and 2-3.
[Shaded areas mark the implementation of a major redesign to the NSDUH survey in 1999 and methodological changes in 2002.]


Figure 2-2. NSDUH: Median age at first use of alcohol among 12–20 year olds, by sex and race/Hispanic origin, 1991–2011 (based on 3-year moving averages)..

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Data for figure 2-2 are presented in Table 2-1.
[Shaded areas mark the implementation of a major redesign to the NSDUH survey in 1999 and methodological changes in 2002.]


Figure 2-3. NSDUH: Median age at first use of alcohol among 12–20 year olds, by school enrollment status, 1991–2011.

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Data for figure 2-3 are presented on the following page.
[The shaded area marks the implementation of a major redesign to the NSDUH survey in 1999 and methodological changes in 2002.]


Figure 3-1. NSDUH: Mean frequency of drinking in the past 30 days among current drinkers ages 12–20 years, by sex and race/Hispanic origin, 1991–2011 (based on 3-year moving averages).

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Data for figure 3-1 are presented in Table 3.
[Shaded areas mark the implementation of a major redesign to the NSDUH survey in 1999 and methodological changes in 2002.]


Figure 3-2. NSDUH: Mean frequency of drinking in the past 30 days among current drinkers ages 12–20 years, by age, sex, and race/Hispanic origin, 2009–2011.

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Data for figure 3-2 are presented in Table 3.


Figure 4-1. NSDUH: Mean quantity on drinking days in the past 30 days among current drinkers ages 12–20 years, by sex and race/Hispanic origin, 1991–2011 (based on 3-year moving averages).

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Data for figure 4-1 are presented in Table 4.
[Shaded areas mark the implementation of a major redesign to the NSDUH survey in 1999 and methodological changes in 2002.]


Figure 4-2. NSDUH: Mean quantity on drinking days in the past 30 days among current drinkers ages 12–20 years, by age, sex, and race/Hispanic origin, 2009–2011.

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Data for figure 4-2 are presented in Table 4.


Figure 5-1. NSDUH: Average total number of drinks in the past 30 days among current drinkers ages 12–20 years, by sex and race/Hispanic origin, 1991–2011 (based on 3-year moving averages).

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Data for figure 5-1 are presented in Table 5.
[Shaded areas mark the implementation of a major redesign to the NSDUH survey in 1999 and methodological changes in 2002.]


Figure 5-2. NSDUH: Average total number of drinks in the past 30 days among current drinkers ages 12–20 years, by age, sex, and race/Hispanic origin, 2009–2011.

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Data for figure 5-2 are presented in Table 5.


Figure 6-1. Prevalence of binge drinking, by sex, 1991–2011.

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Data for figure 1-1 are presented in Tables 6-1, 6-2, and 6-3 respectively.
[Fitted trends result from Joinpoint Regression (see the methods section for detail).]
[The shaded area marks the implementation of a major redesign to the NSDUH survey in 1999 and methodological changes in 2002.]


Figure 6-2. NSDUH: Prevalence of binge drinking in the past 30 days among 12–20 year olds, by sex and age group, 1991–2011.

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Data for figure 6-2 are presented in Table 6-1.
[Fitted trends result from Joinpoint Regression (see the methods section for detail).]
[Shaded areas mark the implementation of a major redesign to the NSDUH survey in 1999 and methodological changes in 2002.]


Figure 6-3. NSDUH: Prevalence of binge drinking in the past 30 days among 12–20 year olds, by age, sex, and race/Hispanic origin, 2011.

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Data for figure 6-3 are presented in Table 6-1.


Figure 6-4. YRBS: Prevalence of binge drinking in the past 30 days, by grade and sex, 2011.

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Data for figure 6-4 are presented in Table 6-3.

Figure 6-5. NSDUH: Mean number of binge drinking days in the past 30 days among current drinkers ages 12–20 years, by sex and race/Hispanic origin, 1991–2011 (based on 3-year moving averages).

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Data for figure 6-5 are presented in Table 6-4.
[Shaded areas mark the implementation of a major redesign to the NSDUH survey in 1999 and methodological changes in 2002.]


Figure 6-6. NSDUH: Mean number of binge drinking days in the past 30 days among current drinkers ages 12–20 years, by school enrollment status, 1991–2011 (based on 3-year moving averages).

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Data for figure 6-6 are presented on the following page.
[The shaded area marks the implementation of a major redesign to the NSDUH survey in 1999 and methodological changes in 2002.]


Figure 6-7. NSDUH: Frequency of binge drinking in the past 30 days among current drinkers ages 12–20 years, by category (0 days, 1–2 days, 3–4 days, 5+ days), sex, and race/Hispanic origin, 1991–2011.

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Data for figure 6-7 are presented on the following page.
[Shaded areas mark the implementation of a major redesign to the NSDUH survey in 1999 and methodological changes in 2002.]


Figure 7. MTF: Prevalence of having been drunk or very high from drinking alcoholic beverages in the past 30 days among 8th, 10th, and 12th graders, by sex, 1991–2011.

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Data for figure 7 are presented in Table 7.
Note: The question was asked of only about half the 8th and 10th grade sample for 1991–1996. It was asked of the full sample for 1997–2011. For 12th graders, the question was asked of about one third of the sample for 1991–2011.


Figure 8-1a. MTF: Percent distribution of disapproval towards taking one or two drinks nearly every day among 8th, 10th, and 12th graders, by sex, 1991–2011.

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Data for figure 8-1a are presented on the following page.
Note: The question was asked of only about half the 8th and 10th grade sample for 1991–1996. It was asked of the full sample for 1997–2011. For 12th graders, the question was asked of about two thirds of the sample for 1991–2011.


Figure 8-1b. MTF: Percent distribution of disapproval towards having five or more drinks once or twice each weekend among 8th, 10th, and 12th graders, by sex, 1991–2011.

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Data for figure 8-1b are presented on the following page.
Note: The question was asked of only about half the 8th and 10th grade sample for 1991–1996. It was asked of the full sample for 1997–2011. For 12th graders, the question was asked of about two thirds of the sample for 1991–2011.


Figure 8-2a. MTF: Percent distribution of perceived risk of harm by having one or two drinks nearly every day among 8th, 10th, and 12th graders, by sex, 1991–2011.

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Data for figure 8-2a are presented on the following page.
Note: The question was asked of only about half the 8th and 10th grade sample for 1991–1996. It was asked of the full sample for 1997–2011. For 12th graders, the question was asked of about five sixths of the sample for 1991–2011.


Figure 8-2b. MTF: Percent distribution of perceived risk of harm by having five or more drinks once or twice each weekend among 8th, 10th, and 12th graders, by sex, 1991–2011.

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Data for figure 8-2b are presented on the following page.
Note: The question was asked of only about half the 8th and 10th grade sample for 1991–1996. It was asked of the full sample for 1997–2011. For 12th graders, the question was asked of about five sixths of the sample for 1991–2011.


Figure 8-2c. NSDUH: Percent distribution of perceived risk of harm by having five or more drinks once or twice a week among 12–20 year olds, by sex, 1991–2011.

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Data for figure 8-2c are presented on the following page.
[Shaded areas mark the implementation of a major redesign to the NSDUH survey in 1999 and methodological changes in 2002.]


Figure 9-1a. NSDUH: Prevalence of driving a vehicle while under the influence of alcohol or in combination of illegal drugs in the past 12 months among 12–20 year olds, by sex and race/Hispanic origin, 1995–2011.

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Data for figure 9-1a are presented in Table 8.
[Shaded areas mark the implementation of a major redesign to the NSDUH survey in 1999 and methodological changes in 2002.]


Figure 9-1b. YRBS: Prevalence of driving after drinking alcohol in the past 30 days, by sex and race/Hispanic origin, 1991–2011.

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Data for figure 9-1b are presented on the following page.


Figure 9-1c. YRBS: Prevalence of riding in a car driven by someone who had been drinking in the past 30 days, by sex and race/Hispanic origin, 1991–2011.

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Data for figure 9-1c are presented on the following page.


Figure 9-2. YRBS: Prevalence of drinking alcohol or using drugs before last sexual intercourse, by sex, 1991–2011.

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Data for figure 9-2 are presented on the following page.


Figure 9-3. YRBS: Prevalence of ever drinking on school property in the past 30 days, by sex, 1993–2011.

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Data for figure 9-3 are presented on the following page.


Figure 9-4. NSDUH: Prevalence of drinking and activity with risk of physical danger in the past 12 months among 12–20 year olds, by sex, 2000–2011.

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Data for figure 9-4 are presented on the following page.
[The shaded area marks the implementation of methodological changes to the NSDUH survey in 2002.]


Figure 9-5. NSDUH: Prevalence of drinking and getting into legal trouble in the past 12 months among 12–20 year olds, by sex, 2000–2011.

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Data for figure 9-5 are presented on the following page.
[The shaded area marks the implementation of methodological changes to the NSDUH survey in 2002.]


Figure 9-6. NSDUH: Prevalence in the past 12 months of problems with family or friends caused by drinking among 12–20 year olds, by sex, 2000–2011.

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Data for figure 9-6 are presented on the following page.
[The shaded area marks the implementation of methodological changes to the NSDUH survey in 2002.]


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