which percentage of Europeans probably smoke cigarettes these days? how has changed in past 20 years?
and how varies depending on region of Europe? why maybe?
- John PLv 71 year agoFavorite Answer
There would indeed be much variation across Europe. Some countries ban, by law, smoking in any indoor public space (bars, hospitals, cinemas, etc), but others do not. In Britain (still part of the EU, at the moment!) that ban is in force. In many hospitals in Britain no smoking is allowed anywhere, not even outdoors in the grounds.
- Orla CLv 71 year ago
Depends on whether you're talking about EU member states or not. Most EU member states have banned smoking inside public buildings and in workplaces.
- ZirpLv 71 year ago
it's like 29 % in the netherlandsSource(s): hth
- Anonymous1 year ago
I smoke. I'd say around 15% in most of Western Europe. Higher in Eastern Europe.
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- MercuryLv 71 year ago
In my home town it is getting rare to see people smoking in the street. It is banned in shops, cafes etc.
Most smokes seem to come from Eastern Europe.