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Average number of cigarettes a day (Poll) Watch

  • View Poll Results: On average, how many cigarettes do you smoke a day?
    0 (non-smoker)
    58.33%
    1-4
    8.33%
    5-8
    16.67%
    9-12
    8.33%
    13-16
    0
    0%
    17-20
    0
    0%
    21-24
    0
    0%
    25-28
    0
    0%
    29-32
    0
    0%
    Over 32
    0
    0%
    OTHER - I only socially smoke
    0
    0%
    OTHER - I don't smoke every day
    8.33%

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    A quick search on Google for the number of cigarettes that the average smoker smokes in a day returns the answer of: 14 (male) and 13 (female).

    I've also seen other websites which puts smokers in the following classes:

    Under 20 cigarettes a day : Light Smoker
    20-40 cigarettes a day : Average Smoker
    Over 40 cigarettes a day : Heavy Smoker

    To me the number looks quite high for an 'average smoker' to smoke 20-40 a day.

    I was wondering if this number was accurate and so I've created a poll to see, on average, how many cigarettes people smoke a day.

    Also, if anyone on here does smoke more then 20 or so a day, I was wondering how you have enough hours in a day to smoke them or how long you go between cigarettes?

    I don't want this to turn into a 'smoking is bad for you' argument, that's not the purpose of the poll.
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    Zero. I have tried to start smoking, but I just don't have the will power.
 
 
 
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