Share of how individuals acquired tobacco when they did not have enough money in the United Kingdom (UK) in 2015

Acquiring tobacco when lacking money in the United Kingdom (UK) in 2015 The statistic displays how individuals in the United Kingdom acquired tobacco when they did not have enough money to buy it in 2016. Of respondents, 62 percent borrowed tobacco from other people.
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Share of individuals
Borrowed tobacco from other people62%
Gone without smoking37%
Bought cheap tobacco from somewhere25%
Collected discarded cigarettes16%
Other13%
Got a prescription for Nicotine Replacement Therapy6%
Share of individuals
Borrowed tobacco from other people62%
Gone without smoking37%
Bought cheap tobacco from somewhere25%
Collected discarded cigarettes16%
Other13%
Got a prescription for Nicotine Replacement Therapy6%
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The statistic displays how individuals in the United Kingdom acquired tobacco when they did not have enough money to buy it in 2016. Of respondents, 62 percent borrowed tobacco from other people.
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Release date
March 2016
Region
United Kingdom
Survey time period
October 12, 2015 to January 4, 2016
Method of interview
Online survey
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