Daily cigarette consumption in Great Britain 2000-2016, by gender

Average daily cigarette consumption in Great Britain from 2000 to 2016, by gender (in cigarettes per day)*

Daily cigarette consumption in Great Britain 2000-2016, by gender This statistic shows the average daily cigarette consumption in Great Britain from 2000 to 2016, by gender. In the period of consideration, the number of cigarettes consumed per day has been decreasing. In 2017, male smokers consumed an average of 12 cigarettes per day and female smokers had consumed 11 cigarettes per day.
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Average daily cigarette consumption in Great Britain from 2000 to 2016, by gender (in cigarettes per day)*

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20011513
20021513
20031513
20041513
20051413
20061513
20071413
20081413
20091413
20101412
20111312
20121211
20131311
20141211
20151211
20161211
MenWomen
20001513
20011513
20021513
20031513
20041513
20051413
20061513
20071413
20081413
20091413
20101412
20111312
20121211
20131311
20141211
20151211
20161211
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This statistic shows the average daily cigarette consumption in Great Britain from 2000 to 2016, by gender. In the period of consideration, the number of cigarettes consumed per day has been decreasing. In 2017, male smokers consumed an average of 12 cigarettes per day and female smokers had consumed 11 cigarettes per day.
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