8 in 10 Support raising the minimum age to purchase tobacco products, e-cigarettes, and vaping devices to 21

Last week, Texas Medical Center, in Houston released a nationwide survey that found:

-82 percent of Americans support preventing the sale of all tobacco products to people under the age of 21;
-80 percent of Americans support preventing the sale of e-cigarettes and other vaping devices to anyone under age 21;
-79 percent of Americans support limiting the amount of nicotine in tobacco products;
-65 percent of Americans support banning the use of candy and fruit flavorings in e-cigarettes and other vaping products;
-60 percent of Americans support banning the use of candy and fruit flavorings in cigars and cigarillos;
-60 percent of Americans support banning the use of menthol, a minty flavoring, in cigarettes; and
-52 percent of Americans support banning the sale of all tobacco products.

The relevant findings were based on a nationwide survey of more than 4,000 people.
See graphic of these statistics here:

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September, 2018