CASAA survey of e-cigarette use, November and December of 2015.
The survey was targeted at CASAA members (Consumer Advocates for Smoke-free Alternatives Association) who are adult U.S. residents. The survey was designed primarily to provide information relevant to evaluating FDA’s proposed “regulation” (i.e., ban) of e-cigarettes.
Extract of the survey results:
"Of the 17,186 respondents who quit smoking using e-cigarettes,
- 64% indicated they switched almost immediately, within a few days of starting e-cigarettes,
- 21% used both for longer than that but quit smoking within a month,
- 11% used both for between one and six months before quitting smoking,
- 3% for more than six months."
Full details of the Survey are available on the CASAA website.