State Reports

Statewide Substance Use Reports and Appendices

The Statewide IYS Report highlights a carefully chosen set of IYS indicators and includes substance-specific sections for alcohol, cigarettes and tobacco, marijuana, inhalants, prescription and over-the-counter drugs, and other illicit drugs. Each section includes a summary of highlights, figures and tables, and reference to relevant appendices.  It is published in the spring following the survey.

The report appendices include data tables and background information on all survey items included in the statewide report.  To review the steps used to draw the statewide scientific sample, see the report appendix section "Illinois Youth Survey Methodology" from the most current year.

 

Statewide Reports (ATOD substance use only)
2014 Statewide IYS Report
2014 Report Appendicies
2014 Executive Summary
2012 Statewide IYS Report
2012 Report Appendicies
 
2010 Statewide IYS Report
2010 Report Appendicies
 
2008 Statewide IYS Report
2008 Report Appendicies
 
2006 Statewide IYS Report
2006 Report Appendicies
 

 

Statewide Frequency Reports

The reports below can be used to easily compare statewide data to school, district, county, and community area frequency reports. These reports contain the full array of questions asked on the IYS. Choose from the entire statewide sample or the community type that most resembles your area.

 

 

Illinois Youth Survey Frequency Reports (All survey items, 2014)
2014 IYS Frequency Report - Statewide
2014 IYS Frequency Report - Chicago
2014 IYS Frequency Report - Suburban Chicago Counties
2014 IYS Frequency Report - Rural Counties
2014 IYS Frequency Report - Urban/Suburban Counties (excluding Chicago metro suburban counties)


Illinois Youth Survey Frequency Reports (All survey items, 2010)
2010 IYS Frequency Report - Statewide
2010 IYS Frequency Report - Chicago
2010 IYS Frequency Report - Suburban Chicago Counties
2010 IYS Frequency Report - Rural Counties
2010 IYS Frequency Report - Urban/Suburban Counties (excluding Chicago metro suburban counties)