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Smoking and tobacco use are affecting all levels of population and specifically those disproportionately impacted population like racial/ethnics groups and low socio-economic status. Tobacco companies have a history of targeting racial and ethnic minorities, including the Hispanic/Latino population. Tobacco is often used by the community in response to stress and discrimination. Limited information exists on smoking and tobacco use behavior among Latinos in Michigan. This survey will study cigarette smoking and other tobacco use behavior among a large sample of the Latinos Americans in Michigan and is being conducted by 2 Latino Hispanic agencies in Michigan and their allies and partners, with funding from the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) Tobacco Control Program. Participants may choose to not answer any questions they do not want to answer. You are eligible to participate in this survey if you: Are a current resident of Michigan, identify as Hispanic and/or Latino, are 18 years of age or older, and currently or formerly used any form of tobacco including cigarettes, e-cigarettes, chewing tobacco, snuff, dip, snus, hookah, cigars, or any other form of tobacco.
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