Pennsylvania Tobacco Data
Reports and Resources
Pennsylvania 2020-2021 MPOWER Report
Report of the Pennsylvania Tobacco Prevention and Control Program's efforts to reduce rates of adult smoking, prevent youth use of tobacco products, including e-cigarettes, eliminate secondhand smoke and address tobacco-related disparities in Pennsylvania using the MPOWER framework – Monitor and Promote Prevention Policies; Protect People from Tobacco Smoke; Offer Help to Quit Tobacco; Warn about the Dangers of Tobacco; Enforce and Inform Policy Compliance; and Raise Community and Legislative Awareness.
Pennsylvania MPOWER Infographic
This infographic provides a visual snapshot of the tobacco prevention and cessation program in Pennsylvania during fiscal year 2021.
Tobacco Annual Reports
Annual Reports for fiscal years summarize the activities and accomplishments of Pennsylvania's Division of Tobacco Prevention and Control.
Pennsylvania Tobacco Facts 2012-2016
This report provides tobacco information regarding rates of cigarette and other tobacco products use and resulting health and financial costs among Pennsylvanians using data gathered from the Tax Burden on Tobacco, Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS), Youth Tobacco Survey, vital statistics, tax receipts, and Synar sales inspections reports.
Behavioral Health Risk Factor Surveillance System Statistics
Youth Risk Behavior Survey
Pennsylvania Alliance to Control Tobacco (PACT)
PACT assists the Department in strengthening the statewide information and education network on the health impact of tobacco use on tobacco users and non-tobacco users, and works with local shareholders to increase ability and activity on a local level that provides the impetus needed to initiate a statewide grassroots campaign focusing on tobacco pollution.
Campaign for Tobacco Free Kids
Works to protect children from exposure and addiction to tobacco by raising awareness; changing public policies to limit the marketing and sales of tobacco to children; altering the environment in which tobacco use and policy decisions are made; and actively countering the tobacco industry and its special interests. The Center also encourages youth advocacy to support policy change, to hold tobacco control activities and to help educate peers on the dangers of tobacco.
American Cancer Society
Provides smoking education, prevention and cessation programs and distributes pamphlets, posters and exhibits on smoking.
American Heart Association
Promotes smoking intervention programs at schools, workplaces and health care sites.
American Lung Association
Conducts programs addressing smoking cessation, prevention, and the protection of nonsmokers' health and provides a variety of educational materials for the public and health professionals.
To compare Pennsylvania tobacco use information with other states and for national statistics about tobacco use, prevention, and control visit CDC's State Tobacco Activities Tracking and Evaluation (STATE) System website.