Three-quarters of Europeans do not smoke. This means 1 in 4 smokers. 1 in 5 people are exposed to tobacco smoke from others.
Over three-quarters (76.0 percent) Among the European population – 15 years of age or older – non-smokers, smokers in 2014 19.2 percent daily Some tobacco product, and 4.7 percent from time to time. This is according to figures from the European Statistics Office, Eurostat
In other words, 1 in 4 (24.0 percent) Age 15 or older in the EU in 2014 a Rocker.
Mostly Men Appear to be very careless smokers (28.7 percent ) Compared Women (19.5 percent).
Aside from being frantic or occasionally smoking, there is such a thing ‘Passive smoker’. This applies, for example, to those who do not smoke themselves, but to others who are in the smoking room.
Eurostat figures show that one-fifth of the European population (21.6 percent) aged 15 and over was exposed to tobacco smoke on a daily basis in 2014.
Tobacco consumption indicates the risks of cancer and heart disease in the EU for active and passive smokers.
In all EU member states where data is available, Sweden (16.7 per cent), the United Kingdom (17.2 per cent), Finland (19.3 per cent), Portugal (20 per cent), Luxembourg (20.4 per cent), Denmark (20.9 per cent) and Germany (21.7 per cent) were the lowest smokers.
Bulgaria (34.7 per cent), Greece (32.6 per cent), Austria (30 per cent), Slovakia (29.6 per cent) and Latvia (29.5 per cent) have the highest number of smokers. (BO)
Three-quarters of the European population (76.0 percent) – 15 years or older – smoked in 2014, 19.2 percent smoked certain tobacco products on a daily basis, and 4.7 percent occasionally smoked. This is shown by the statistics of the European Statistics Office Eurostat. In other words, 1 in 4 people (24.0 percent) in the EU smoked in 2014, aged 15 or over. Men in particular appear to be the most inattentive smokers (28.7 percent) compared to women (19.5 percent). Aside from frantic or occasional smoking, there is such a thing as ‘passive smoking’. For example, this applies to those who do not smoke themselves, but who are in a room where others smoke. Eurostat figures show that one-fifth (21.6 per cent) of the European population aged 15 and over appeared in 2014. Tobacco smoking on a daily basis. Tobacco consumption is one of the highest – avoidable causes of cancer and heart disease for active and passive smokers within the EU. Of all EU member states with data available, Sweden (16.7 per cent), the United Kingdom (17.2 per cent), Finland (19.3 per cent), Portugal (20 per cent), Luxembourg (20.4 per cent), Denmark (20.9 per cent) and Germany (21.7 per cent) ) Bulgaria (34.7 percent), Greece (32.6 percent), Austria (30 percent), Slovakia (29.6 percent) and Latvia (29.5 percent) have the lowest number of smokers. (BO)