New JSNA Bitesize on smoking prevalence
- The adult smoking rate in England is continuing to decline year on year and is now at a record low
- In 2018 an estimated 10.1% of adults in Oxfordshire were smokers, down from 16.2% in 2011 and significantly lower than the England average of 14.4%
- Smoking prevalence is more concentrated among more disadvantaged communities and groups
- E-cigarettes are currently the most popular stop smoking aid in England. In 2018, 6.3% of people in Great Britain reported currently using an e-cigarette
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30 September 2019