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UK Smoking Statistics
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Total sales of tobacco products 1870-1985 consumption of tobacco products per person and per smoker, 1870-1985 percentage of population who smoke smoking habits - by age smoking habits - by social class ex-smokers and persons who have never smoked age at starting to smoke manufactured cigarettes - trends in type and yields, market shares the consumption of cigarettes by cigarette type (plain/filter/hand-rolled) and by tar yield smoking habits - by region tobacco tax and price children and smoking. Appendices: 1 - size of surveys 2 - "tar and nicotine yields of cigarettes", 1972-1981, "tar, carbon monoxide and nicotine yields of cigarettes" 1981-1986 surveys by the Laboratory of the Government Chemist (LGC) leaflets issued by the Health Departments of the United Kingdom.
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