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Smoking among people with lifetime mental illness in the U.S. 2007

Smoking prevalence among people with lifetime mental illness in the United States in 2007

by Statista Research Department, last edited Mar 18, 2015
Smoking among people with lifetime mental illness in the U.S. 2007 This statistic depicts the smoking prevalence among people with lifetime mental illnesses in the United States in 2007. About 61.4 percent of respondents with three or more mental illnesses are current smokers.
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Smoking prevalence among people with lifetime mental illness in the United States in 2007

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