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Commentary
Since 1996, the proportion of secondary students surveyed reporting that they like to get a suntan has significantly declined over time (p for trend <0.0001). 
 
In 2017, 53.3% of students surveyed reported that they like to get a suntan. Between 1996 and 2017, the proportion of male students reporting that they like to get a suntan has significantly decreased from 72% to 50.8%, respectively (p=0.016). Similarly, the proportion of female students reporting that they like t get a suntan has also significantly decreased over the same period (1996: 82.4%; 2017: 56.9%) (p <0.0001).
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Codes & Sources

<a href="/%3Ca%20href%3D"https://stats.health.act.gov.au/data-collections#Australian">https://stats.health.act.gov.au/data-collections#Australian Secondary Students Alcohol and Drug Survey">Australian Secondary Students Alcohol and Drug Survey

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