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AHA/ALA Tobacco Polling

Polling Results 2018: Tobacco Retail Licensing, Secondhand Smoke in Outdoor Areas and Smokefree Housing

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The American Lung Association in California Center for Tobacco Policy and Organizing is excited to present the results of their 2018 polls!

  • Tobacco Retailer Licensing General Population Results: Nearly 600 California voters were surveyed to gauge the level of support for policies in the tobacco retail environment.
  • Tobacco Retailer Licensing Rural Results: An oversampled survey of over 300 California voters from rural communities was gathered to gauge the level of support for policies in the tobacco retail environment.
  • Secondhand Smoke in Outdoor Areas General Population Results: Nearly 600 California voters were surveyed to assess their views about secondhand smoke and to gauge their level of support for reducing exposure to secondhand smoke.
  • Secondhand Smoke in Outdoor Areas Rural Results:  An oversampled survey of nearly 350 California voters from rural communities was gathered to assess their views about secondhand smoke.
  • Smokfree Multi-Unit Housing Results: Nearly 600 California voters and an oversampled survey of 350 California rural voters were surveyed to gauge the level of support for policies restricting smoking in various areas of multi-unit housing and arguments in favor of smokefree housing policies.

For any questions please contact karina.camacho@lung.org