Table 5: Tobacco and Alcohol Usage
Category FY99-00 (N) FY99-00 (Estimate) FY99-00 (Std Err) FY01-02 (N) FY01-02 (Estimate) FY01-02 (Std Err) FY03-04 (N) FY03-04 (Estimate) FY03-04 (Std Err)
Have you smoked at least 100 cigarettes in your entire life? Yes, agricultural worker has smoked at least 100 cigarettes in entire life 2,319 31% 1.3% 2,039 33% 1.3% 1,178 33% 3.0%
Number of cigarettes smoked per day: Less than 1 a day 114 5% 1.0% 183 9% 1.4% 132 11% 2.0%
Number of cigarettes smoked per day: 1 or more a day 1,995 89% 1.3% 1,550 80% 1.9% 826 72% 4.3%
Number of cigarettes smoked per day: Have not smoked in the last 12 months 173 7% 0.9% 299 11% 1.4% 213 17% 4.0%
Average number of cigarettes smoked per day 2,107 10.7 0.4 1,548 10.5 0.6 831 10.5 0.6
Number of days last month agricultural worker drank any alcoholic beverage: None 3,305 49% 1.5% 1,567 53% 1.8% - - -
Number of days last month agricultural worker drank any alcoholic beverage: 1-5 days 1,915 24% 1.5% 923 26% 2.1% - - -
Number of days last month agricultural worker drank any alcoholic beverage: 6-10 days 948 13% 0.8% 312 10% 0.9% - - -
Number of days last month agricultural worker drank any alcoholic beverage: 11-15 days 223 4% 0.5% 33 2% 0.4% - - -
Number of days last month agricultural worker drank any alcoholic beverage: 16-20 days 189 2% 0.3% 46 3%(a) 1.1% - - -
Number of days last month agricultural worker drank any alcoholic beverage: 20 or more days 510 6% 0.8% 213 7% 1.1% - - -
Number of days last month agricultural worker drank any alcoholic beverage: Do not know/No answer 108 1% 0.2% 17 1%(a) 0.3% - - -
Average number of drinks per day last month: None 3,305 49% 1.5% 1,567 53% 1.8% - - -
Average number of drinks per day last month: 1-3 drinks 2,001 25% 1.4% 759 24% 1.8% - - -
Average number of drinks per day last month: 4-6 drinks 1,177 17% 1.0% 567 18% 1.4% - - -
Average number of drinks per day last month: 7 or more drinks 633 8% 0.8% 190 5% 0.6% - - -
Average number of drinks per day last month: Do not know/No answer 82 1% 0.3% 28 1% 0.3% - - -
(N) is the number of respondents that gave a particular response.
(Estimate) is the percentage of respondents that gave a particular response for a categorical variable, or the average of valid responses for a numeric variable. The estimates are weighted estimates which adjust for workers’ different probabilities of being sampled and responding to the survey.
(Std Err) is the standard error of the estimate.
(a) indicates that the estimate has a relative standard error (RSE) greater than 30 percent but no more than 50 percent. The estimate is published but should be used with caution.
(b) indicates that the estimate is based on fewer than four responses or has a RSE greater than 50 percent. The estimate is considered statistically unreliable and is suppressed.
(c) indicates that the standard error is suppressed because the estimate itself is suppressed.
A dash (-) indicates that the question was not asked in the corresponding time interval.