National smoking study indicates adult smoking rates fell 2.2%

The latest data from a national smoking study indicates adult smoking rates fell 2.2% from January to July 2019 – equivalent to 200 fewer smokers every hour.

Latest figures from the University College London (UCLSmoking Toolkit Study suggest that smoking rates in England are dropping at the fastest rate in over a decade, with around 200 fewer smokers every hour.

Not smoking is now the norm in England – but despite smoking rates being lower than ever before, millions still smoke across the countryStoptober is back to help encourage smokers to make a quit attempt and join those who have already quit this year.

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