MADISON (AP) -- A new survey shows that young people are smoking less in Wisconsin. The 2010 Wisconsin Youth Tobacco Survey shows that smoking rates have dropped 15 percent among high school students and 9 percent among middle schooler since 2008. The survey released on Thursday is done every two years by the Wisconsin Department of Health Services and the Department of Public Instruction. This year 43 high schools and 45 middle schools took part. High school smoking dropped from nearly 21 percent in 2008 to just below 18 percent this year. Among middle school students, smoking rates dropped from 4.3 percent to 3.9 percent.