A new SAMHSA report shows a steady drop in the rate of driving under the influence of alcohol in the past year (from 15.3 percent in 2002 to 11.1 percent in 2014). One of the sharpest declines occurred among people aged 21–25, whose rate of driving under the influence of alcohol dropped from 29.9 percent in 2002 to 18.9 percent in 2014.
According to SAMHSA's National Survey of Drug Use and Health, the estimated past-year (2014–2015) cocaine use by adults aged 18–25 was 4.9 percent, where 34 states and the District of Columbia remained unchanged and 16 states saw an increase.
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Report Shows Cocaine Use Among Young Adults Up in 16 States || Driving Under the Influence Has Steadily Declined From 2002–2014
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