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by Great Britain: Office of Population Censuses and Surveys

eBook Smoking Among Secondary School Children 1986 (SS) download ISBN: 0116912081
Author: Great Britain: Office of Population Censuses and Surveys
Publisher: Stationery Office Books (October 1987)
Language: English
Pages: 61
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Censuses were taken on 26 April 1931 in Great Britain, but the returns for England and Wales were destroyed in an accidental fire during the Second World Wa. .How many children were born alive, how many who are still alive, and how many who have died. Nationality of any Person born in a Foreign Country".

1981 Census Evaluation Programme in England and Wales, Census Division, Office of Population Censuses and . Quality of Match for Statistical Matches Used in the 1995 and 2005 LIMEW Estimates for Great Britain. Levy Economics Institute of Bard College, Mar 2011, 39 pp.

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Are you sure you want to remove Smoking among secondary school children in 1986 from your list? Smoking among secondary school children in 1986. an enquiry carried out by Social Survey Division of OPCS on behalf of the Department of Health and Social Security, the Welsh Office and the Scottish Home and Health Department. Published 1987 by .

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The highest recorded level of smoking among men in Great Britain was 82% in 1948, of whom 65% smoked manufactured cigarettes. Periodically the Government sets targets to reduce smoking prevalence in the population

The highest recorded level of smoking among men in Great Britain was 82% in 1948, of whom 65% smoked manufactured cigarettes. At that time, significant numbers of men smoked pipes or cigars as well as, or instead of, manufactured cigarettes. Periodically the Government sets targets to reduce smoking prevalence in the population. In the 1998 White Paper ‘Smoking kills’ the Government set a target to reduce adult smoking rates to 21% or less by 2010, with a reduction in prevalence among routine and manual groups to 26% or less. 4 The target for the general population was achieved by 2007 but not for lower socio-economic groups (28% in 2011).

Great Britain: Office of Population Censuses and Surveys. A series of biennial surveys, begun in 1982, to estimate the prevalence of cigarette smoking among school children in Great Britain. The surveys are sponsored by the Department of Health, the Scottish Office Department of Health, and in some years, the Welsh Office. The report contains statistics and analysis on the prevalence of smoking among school children of secondary school age. Details are given of how children obtain their cigarettes, the influence of family and friends, exposure and attitudes to passive smoking and the effects of the health education message.