Codes and Frequencies
For sample adults over age 18 who have ever smoked at least 100 cigarettes in their life and are current smokers or those who ever smoked every day for at least 6 months, CSMOKDALYLNO indicates the duration of time as a number from 1 to 94 since the respondent last smoked cigarettes every day. Respondents could report the values for the length of time in days, weeks, months, and years.
The related variable, CSMOKDALYLTP indicates which time unit to use (days, weeks, months, or years).
Respondents who indicated it was 1 year or 12 months ago were asked it was within the past year or a year or more ago CSMOKDALYG1Y.
Related variables are included in the 1992 survey.
CSMOKDALYLWK, a three digit number reporting the number of weeks; CSMOKDALYLMO, a three digit number reporting the number of months; CESMOKDALYY, the total number of years the respondent smoked every day among every day smokers, and CSSMOKDALYY, the total number of years the respondent smoked every day among some day smokers.
- 1992: Half of sample persons age 18+ in quarters 1 and 2, and in 2 weeks of quarter 3 (excluded from CAEP supplement) who have smoked at least 100 cigarettes, smoke cigarettes now, smoke some days or indicate that they do not smoke now but smoke some days, smoked at least once in past 30 days/REF/NA/DK how many days smoked in past 30 days, and have ever smoked every day for at least 6 months.
- 1992 : SAMPWEIGHT