Cigarette smoking in Great Britain 2012, by gender

Frequency of cigarette smoking in Great Britain in 2012, by gender

by Statista Research Department, last edited Oct 8, 2014
Cigarette smoking in Great Britain 2012, by gender This statistic displays the number of cigarettes that individuals smoke per day in Great Britain in 2012, by gender. In the year 2012, five percent of men and three percent of women were heavy smokers, meaning they smoked twenty cigarettes or more per day.
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Frequency of cigarette smoking in Great Britain in 2012, by gender

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