- Nearly half (46.7 percent) of U.S. adults agreed the FDA should reduce levels of nicotine in cigarettes. Only 16.5% disagreed and another 37.8% neither agreed nor disagreed or had no opinion.
- Smokers who were interested in quitting are more likely to support regulation than smokers who are not thinking of quitting.
- African Americans, Hispanics, and those with lower education levels were especially supportive of nicotine reduction.
Nearly Half Of Americans Would Support Reducing Nicotine In Cigarettes If And When The FDA Exerts Its Authority To Act On It
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