Summary of selected data on college drinking
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Here are some interesting results on US college students' drug use based on most recent data from the Monitoring the Future survey. Some of the findings show that amongst young people of college age (19-23), those not in college are more than twice as likely to use synthetic cannabinoids (also known as spice or K2) or synthetic cathinones (bath salts) than full time college students.
The 2012 Freshmen Norms survey of 192,912 first-time, full-time US students, found a decline in the number of freshmen that reported drinking.
The 2012 Freshmen Norms report found that there has been a decline in partying and drinking amongst college and university freshmen.
According to the '2012 Freshmen Norms report' the number of US freshmen drinking has declined since 2011.