RESULTS: From 532 adolescents, mean age was 14.4 (SD=2.23) years, 58% were males, 26% were smokers, 89% have had knowledge about e-cigarette from especially from friends (67%), internet (12%) and parents (4%). From smokers 40% used both electronic cigarette (dual users) and from non smokers only 29% used it; those who were males (OR=1.32), who received money from parents more than 10 euro/day (OR=1.41), whose parents (OR=1.55) or friends smoked (OR=1.98) were more likely to be susceptible to cigarette consumption. Adolescents who received money from parents less than 2 euro/day (OR=0.23),who had access to anti-tobacco media (OR=0.73), and had knowledges about side effects of smoking consumption (OR=0.46) were less susceptible to smoking consumption. Dual users and only cigarette users were highest on risk status (high on risk factors and lower on protective factors) compared with other groups (p=0.000). Electronic cigarette users were higher on risk status than nonusers but lower than dual users. (p<0.0001).