Countries with the Most Smokers, 2012
According to the World Health Organization, tobacco use is the most preventable cause of death and continues to be a serious problem around the world. In Turkey, almost 40% of male deaths can be linked to tobacco use. Here are the countries with the most smokers according to data released by the World Health Organization in 2012.
|Country||Percent of adults who smoke||Per capita annual cigarette consumption||Price of cigarettes per pack|
|1. Austria||47.0||1,650 cigarettes||$6.20|
|2. Papua New Guinea||44.0||670 cigarettes||$4.86|
|3. Chile||40.6||860 cigarettes||$3.80|
|4. Russia||39.1||2,786 cigarettes||$1.74|
|5. Bulgaria||38.8||2,822 cigarettes||$3.29|
|6. Hungary||36.5||1,518 cigarettes||$3.56|
|7. Czech Republic||36.3||2,125 cigarettes||$4.33|
|8. Romania||32.4||1,404 cigarettes||$3.79|
|9. Turkey||31.2||1,399 cigarettes||$4.38|
|10. Slovakia||30.5||1,403 cigarettes||$3.66|
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