The National Public Health Institute presents the National Survey of Addictions (ENA) 2011, designed to estimate the prevalence of consumption of tobacco, alcohol and prescription and illicit drugs in two population groups: young people between 12 and 17 years and adults age 18 to 65.
To conduct the survey, a total of 16 249 individuals were interviewed: 3849 from the adolescent population group, and 12,400 from the adult group.
The following link can be found Reports National ENA 2011 on consumption:
As well as informative notes on:
- Drug use: Prevalence, trends and regional variations
- Consumption of tobacco, exposure to tobacco smoke and environmental control strategies in Mexico
- Alcohol: Prevalence of global consumption patterns and regional variations
- Overview of the National Addiction Survey 2011
Consult documents here: http://encuestas.insp.mx/ena/ena2011.html