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Cocaine Statistics

  • According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), 4.8 million Americans that were over the age of 12 have reported using cocaine during 2009; additionally, over a million have reported abusing crack cocaine at least one time within the past year.
  • According to a 2010 Monitoring the Future Study, 1.6% of 8th graders have reported using cocaine in some form at least one time.
  • According to a 2010 Monitoring the Future survey, over 1% of all 10th graders in the United States have reported abusing crack at least once.
  • Approximately 88% of those individuals, who have used cocaine during the past decade, have reported first using marijuana or alcohol.
  • During 2008, approximately 7% of high school seniors in the United States reported having used cocaine at least one time; this figure has remained relatively consistent over the past three decades, dating back to the 1970's, which is when these statistics were first tracked.
  • Cocaine use by college students in the United States had reached a ten-year high in 2006 when over 5% reported having used the drug; the lowest rate of cocaine use, which was 2.1%, was reported ten years prior, during 1996.
  • After marijuana and amphetamines, cocaine has been reported to be the most widely available drug on college campuses throughout the United States.
  • The United State has been reported to be the world's number one importer and user of cocaine, over the last decade.
  • Over 4 million United States residents are believed to use cocaine at least once during 2008; the greatest number of these individuals has been reported to be between the ages of 25-34 years old.
  • According to the most recently available government statistics related to cocaine use, New York and Delaware are the two states with the highest percentage of cocaine treatment admissions to drug rehab facilities throughout the U.S. during.
  • While specific numbers regarding cocaine are currently unavailable, over 8% of those individuals that currently incarcerated in the United States prison system were under the influence of cocaine, at the time they committed their crime.
  • Millions of Americans are reported to be currently reported to be addicted to crack cocaine, making it one of the most addictive forms of cocaine use throughout this country.
  • Approximately 17% of all of the citizens in the United States that are between the ages of 25 and 34 have reported using cocaine on at least one occasion.
  • According to the most currently available government statistics, over 43,000 have died in relation to a cocaine addiction every single year in the United States, since 2003.
  • Over 330,000 infants in the U.S. were reported to be born with a cocaine addiction during 2008.
  • According to law enforcement, crack cocaine addiction was related to at least 25% of drug related arrests in the United States during 2008.
  • Research that was sponsored by the federal government during 2008 has indicated that 21% of all Americans between the ages of 26 and 34 have used cocaine at least once in their life.