The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s site, a study in 2009 revealed very reputable data. They found that 20.6% of American adults (18-years-old and up) are currently cigarette smokers. The study also revealed that more men smoke than women and that smoking is far more common in people below the federal poverty line (31.1%). When compared to a similar study done in 2005, there was not much change in the prevalence of smokers nationwide. In 2005 about 20.9% of the U.S.’s population was currently smoking supplying only a 0.3% change over four years.
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