Effects of a $1 cigarette price increase on consumers in Texas as of 2011

Effects that a $1-per-pack increase in cigarette tax in Texas would have on smokers as of 2011

by Statista Research Department, last edited Jun 19, 2011
Effects of a $1 cigarette price increase on consumers in Texas as of 2011 This statistic represents the possible impacts that a $1-per-pack increase in cigarette prices in Texas would have on smokers as of 2011. It was estimated that a $1 increase in cigarette prices would result in 107,700 adults quitting smoking.
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Effects that a $1-per-pack increase in cigarette tax in Texas would have on smokers as of 2011

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