2019 National Drug Strategy Household Survey report released

July 2020

The 2019 National Drug Strategy Household Survey report found that fewer Australians are smoking tobacco daily, while the use of e-cigarettes is increasing. Recent use of a number of illicit drugs had risen, particularly cocaine, with cannabis and ecstasy (MDMA) also increasing in popularity. It also found that more Australians are giving up or reducing their alcohol intake, driven by health concerns.

DARTA will produce a downloadable presentation on these results in both PPT and PDF formats as soon as possible.

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