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Table 1 Test of Significance for Trends in Past-Month Drug Offers among Full-Sample and Subgroups by Sociodemographic/Substance Use/Criminal Justice Involvement: NSDUH 2002–2014

From: Trends in drug offers among adolescents in the United States, 2002–2014

  Adolescents Aged 12–17
(n = 199,700)
  AOR (95% CI)
Full Sample 0.970*** 0.965–0.975
Sociodemographic Subgroups   
Age   
 Younger Adolescents (12–14) 0.969*** 0.960–0.978
 Older Adolescents (15–17) 0.971*** 0.965–0.976
Gender   
 Male 0.967*** 0.961–0.973
 Female 0.974*** 0.967–0.981
Race/Ethnicity   
 Black 0.981** 0.970–0.993
 Hispanic 0.978** 0.967–0.990
 White 0.963*** 0.957–0.968
Urbanity  
 Urban 0.971*** 0.966–0.976
 Rural 0.946*** 0.929–0.964
Lifetime Substance Use   
Alcohol   
 Never used 0.985*** 0.977–0.993
 Used 0.990*** 0.984–0.996
Marijuana   
 Never Used 0.972*** 0.965–0.978
Used 0.981*** 0.973–0.989
Other Illicit Drugs   
 Never Used 0.976*** 0.970–0.982
 Used 0.997 0.989–1.004
Criminal Justice Involvement   
Arrest/Booking History (in past 12 months)  
 No 0.975*** 0.970–0.980
 Yes 0.966*** 0.948–0.983
  1. Adjusted odds ratios adjusted for age, gender, race/ethnicity, household income, father in the house, school enrollment status, urbanity, and year. Significant odds ratios with a value of greater than 1.00 reflect an increase in trend and significant odds ratios with a value of less than 1.00 reflect a decrease in trend
  2. *p < .05, **p < .01, ***p < .001