Public support for anti-smoking legislation varies with smoking status.

@article{Dwyer2008PublicSF,
  title={Public support for anti-smoking legislation varies with smoking status.},
  author={Trudy A Dwyer and Julie Bradshaw and W. Kerry Mummery and Kerry Reid Searl and Dolene Rossi and Marc Broadbent},
  journal={The Australian journal of rural health},
  year={2008},
  volume={16 4},
  pages={231-6}
}
OBJECTIVE Rural Australians have higher rates of smoking than their urban counterparts, contributing to poorer health outcomes. In 2004, the Queensland Government introduced legislation to reduce the impact of environmental tobacco smoke on the community. The aims of the study were to describe smoking behaviours and associations between smoking behaviour and agreement with current anti-smoking laws. PARTICIPANTS A total of 1208 people over the age of 18 years and living in rural, remote and… CONTINUE READING

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