According to the latest US Government figures, fewer than 12 percent of Americans regularly smoked a cigarette last year — a significant shift from smoking's peak in the 1960s.


This article by Ilena Peng/Bloomberg, writing for Time Magazine, makes the following points:
  • While cigarettes’ popularity has steadily declined, their use remains high in populations, including those on low incomes.
  • However, according to a Truth Initiative analysis, e-cigarette products quadrupled between 2021 and 2022.
  • About a third of people using tobacco products reported smoking cigarettes and e-cigarettes.


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