Open Data NY - DOH Open Data NY - DOH

created Feb 22, 2013

updated Jan 21, 2014

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The New York National Comparison Adult Tobacco Survey (NY NATS) was developed by the New York Tobacco Control Program (NY TCP) in partnership with Research Triangle Institute. Similar to the NY Adult Tobacco Survey, the NY NATS is administered to a nationwide sample of the non-institutionalized adult population, aged 18 years or older. Since the data are used as a comparison sample, the NY NATS represent the nation minus New York State.

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New York State Department of Health
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http://www.health.ny.gov/prevention/tobacco_control/
Dataset Summary
Organization
Office of Public Health
Time Period
2009
Posting Frequency
Annually
Data Frequency
Quarterly
Dataset Owner
Tobacco Surveillance, Evaluation and Research
Coverage
Nationwide, excluding New York State
Granularity
Nationwide
Units
Survey Respondent, weighted to the statewide population
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The survey is designed to provide timely surveillance and evaluation data to inform and measure progress of the New York State Tobacco Control Program. The NY NATS assesses (a) adult tobacco-related behavior, attitudes, and beliefs; (b) tobacco purchasing and cessation attempt behavior; (c) health status and health-related problems; (d) attitudes toward and exposure to secondhand smoke; (e) perceptions of risk related to tobacco use; (f) exposure to tobacco advertising or anti-tobacco health communications; and (g) attitudes toward other smoking policies. Some key survey items have been included since inception (e.g., current smoking status); some questions may be included for a shorter period of time to assess a time-sensitive issue (e.g., support for tax increase), and other questions may be rotated in and out of the survey instrument as deemed necessary.
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Open Data NY - DOH Open Data NY - DOH

created Feb 22, 2013

updated Jan 21, 2014

Description

The New York National Comparison Adult Tobacco Survey (NY NATS) was developed by the New York Tobacco Control Program (NY TCP) in partnership with Research Triangle Institute. Similar to the NY Adult Tobacco Survey, the NY NATS is administered to a nationwide sample of the non-institutionalized adult population, aged 18 years or older. Since the data are used as a comparison sample, the NY NATS represent the nation minus New York State.

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adult, smoking, tobacco, survey, oph, public health
Licensing and Attribution
Data Provided By
New York State Department of Health
Source Link
http://www.health.ny.gov/prevention/tobacco_control/
Dataset Summary
Organization
Office of Public Health
Time Period
2009
Posting Frequency
Annually
Data Frequency
Quarterly
Dataset Owner
Tobacco Surveillance, Evaluation and Research
Coverage
Nationwide, excluding New York State
Granularity
Nationwide
Units
Survey Respondent, weighted to the statewide population
Notes
Notes
The survey is designed to provide timely surveillance and evaluation data to inform and measure progress of the New York State Tobacco Control Program. The NY NATS assesses (a) adult tobacco-related behavior, attitudes, and beliefs; (b) tobacco purchasing and cessation attempt behavior; (c) health status and health-related problems; (d) attitudes toward and exposure to secondhand smoke; (e) perceptions of risk related to tobacco use; (f) exposure to tobacco advertising or anti-tobacco health communications; and (g) attitudes toward other smoking policies. Some key survey items have been included since inception (e.g., current smoking status); some questions may be included for a shorter period of time to assess a time-sensitive issue (e.g., support for tax increase), and other questions may be rotated in and out of the survey instrument as deemed necessary.
Dataset Information
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Health, Department of