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Figure GPS-5. Last 12 months prevalence of amphetamines use among young adults (aged 15–34) and youth (aged 15–24)

 
 
Country%
Young adults (15 to 34 yrs)Youth (15 to 24 yrs)
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RO (2010)0.00.0
EL (2004)0.10.1
IT (2012)0.10.1
SK (2010)0.30.6
PT (2007)0.40.4
FR (2010)0.50.6
LV (2011)0.60.8
CY (2009)0.70.4
IE (2010/11)0.81.5
NO (2009)0.81.2
AT (2008)0.92.0
LT (2008)1.11.7
ES (2011)1.11.4
HU (2007)1.22.7
CZ (2011)1.43.2
UK (E&W) (2011/12)1.42.0
SE (2008)1.52.3
FI (2010)1.61.5
HR (2012)1.61.7
DE (2009)1.92.8
DK (2010)2.02.8
BG (2008)2.12.8
EE (2008)2.53.7
PL (2010)3.94.2
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See also Table GPS-0
See also 'General notes for interpreting data' on the Explanatory notes and help page

Notes:

Data are from the most recent national surveys available in each country (see Table GPS-8 part ii for the 15 to 34 age group).

The start of the age range varies from 15 to 16 to 18 . Variations in age ranges may slightly influence disparities between countries.

The most recent general population survey reported by the Netherlands display a wide variation in results compared with 2005 which may reflect methodological differences. The data is provided for information, but given the lack of comparability between surveys should be treated with caution.

The most recent general population survey reported by Italy display a wide variation in results compared with the previous surveys which may reflect methodological differences. The data is provided for information, but given the lack of comparability between surveys should be treated with caution.

Bulgaria: 2008; 15–34 yrs n = 2164; 15–24 yrs n = 1087

Czech Republic: 2011; 15–34 yrs n = 361; 15–24 yrs n = 157

Denmark: 2010; 16–34 yrs n = 3381; 16–24 yrs n = 1671

Germany: 2009; 18–34 yrs n = 3876; 18–24 yrs n = n.a.

Estonia: 2008; 15–34 yrs n = 545; 15–24 yrs n = 243

Ireland: 2010/11; 15–34 yrs n = n.a.; 15–24 yrs n = n.a.

Greece: 2004; 15–34 yrs n = 2620; 15–24 yrs n = 1785

Spain: 2011; 15–34 yrs n = 10507.; 15–24 yrs n = 4379

France: 2010; 15–34 yrs n = 7727; 15–24 yrs n = 3430

Italy: 2012; 18–34 yrs n = 4966; 18–24 yrs n = 1758

Cyprus: 2009; 15–34 yrs n = 1810; 15–24 n = 982

Latvia: 2011; 15–34 yrs n = 2258; 15–24 yrs n =1576

Lithuania: 2008; 15–34 yrs n = 2152; 15–24 yrs n = 1165

Hungary: 2007; 18–34 yrs n = 1111; 18–24 yrs n = 433

Austria: 2008; 15–34 yrs n = 2558; 15–24 yrs n = 2085

Poland: 2010; 15–34 yrs n = 3201; 15–24 yrs n = 1736

Portugal: 2007; 15–34 yrs n = 4765; 15–24 yrs n = 2211

Romania: 2010; 15-34 yrs n = 3108; 15-24 yrs n = 1458

Slovakia: 2010; 15–34 yrs n = 1769; 15–24 yrs n = 814

Finland: 2010; 15–34 yrs n = 875; 15–24 yrs n = 411

Sweden: 2008; 15–34 yrs n = 16271; 15–24 yrs n = 7787

UK (E&W): 2011/12; 16–34 yrs n = 9691; 16–24 yrs n = 3534

Norway: 2009; 15–34 yrs n = 632; 15–24 yrs n = 390

Croatia: 2012; 15–34 yrs n = 1995; 15–24 yrs n = 931

Source:

Reitox national reports 2012, taken from population surveys, reports or scientific articles.


Young adults (15 to 34 yrs) Youth (15 to 24 yrs)
RO (2010) 0.0 0.0
EL (2004) 0.1 0.1
IT (2012) 0.1 0.1
SK (2010) 0.3 0.6
PT (2007) 0.4 0.4
FR (2010) 0.5 0.6
LV (2011) 0.6 0.8
CY (2009) 0.7 0.4
IE (2010/11) 0.8 1.5
NO (2009) 0.8 1.2
AT (2008) 0.9 2.0
LT (2008) 1.1 1.7
ES (2011) 1.1 1.4
HU (2007) 1.2 2.7
CZ (2011) 1.4 3.2
UK (E&W) (2011/12) 1.4 2.0
SE (2008) 1.5 2.3
FI (2010) 1.6 1.5
HR (2012) 1.6 1.7
DE (2009) 1.9 2.8
DK (2010) 2.0 2.8
BG (2008) 2.1 2.8
EE (2008) 2.5 3.7
PL (2010) 3.9 4.2

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