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.

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

Number of people
Adults who would quit smoking107,700
Youth who would never start smoking150,100
Reduction in smoking related deaths112,100
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Source

Release date

June 2011

Region

United States

Survey time period

2011

Supplementary notes

Note: As of 2016 Texas' cigarette tax remained at $1.41 per pack, the same tax rate as was in effect when these estimates were published.

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