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Proportion of E-Cigarette Users in Great Britain, 2012-2017

- No Fire, No Smoke: The Global State of Tobacco Harm Reduction

Proportion of E-Cigarette Users in Great Britain, 2012-2017 Document, English

Trends in Smoking (UK) and E-Cigarette Use (Great Britain) 2012-2017

- No Fire, No Smoke: The Global State of Tobacco Harm Reduction

The trend in e-cigarette use in GB against the trend in smoking in the UK. The trends are rather similar to those seen in Norway and Sweden where snus gradually replaced smoking – bearing in mind that the process in both countries was over a longer period of time.

See also page 51 in the report.

Trends in Smoking (UK) and E-Cigarette Use (Great Britain) 2012-2017 Image, English

Current E-Cigarette Use by Smoking Status, Great Britain, 2014-2017

- No Fire, No Smoke: The Global State of Tobacco Harm Reduction

Use of e-cigarettes is confined largely to current and ex-smokers and use amongst never smokers remains very low (at around two to three percent). Over time the proportion of current e-cigarette users who smoke tobacco has decreased and the proportion of ex-smokers has increased (and overtaken smokers).

See also page 52 in the report.

Current E-Cigarette Use by Smoking Status, Great Britain, 2014-2017 Image, English




Trends in Current Use of HNB Tobacco / E-Cigarette, Both Sexes, Japan

Takahiro Tabuchi , Silvano Gallus , Tomohiro Shinozaki , Tomoki Nakaya , Naoki Kunugita , Brian Colwell

Trends in Current Use of HNB Tobacco / E-Cigarette, Both Sexes, Japan Document, English