18 August 2016
Large-scale research survey with more than 180,000 Dutch people published in Nicotine and Tobacco Research

Smoking in public less and less socially accepted

Dutch people find smoking in public to be less and less socially acceptable. Additionally, more and more people no longer allow smoking in their homes, according to a large-scale representative research survey by Maastricht University, which is based on results from the Continuous Survey of Smoking Habits (COR). In total, more than 180,000 Dutch people were polled in this study over a period of ten years. This week an article about the study was published in the scientific journal Nicotine and Tobacco Research.