E-cigarette Poll Results
Statistics from a recent poll have confirmed what many vapers already knew about e-cigarettes.
The poll compiled by Ash and YouGov have found that only one per cent of non smokers have tried e-cigarettes and therefore have stated that there is no evidence that e-cigarettes are acting as a gateway to smoking.
The poll suggests that the device has now overtaken nicotine patches and gum as the most popular aid to quitting smoking and that tobacco sales are falling.
Professor Robert West who led the study said 'Despite claims that electronic cigarettes risk renormalising smoking, we found no evidence to support this. On the contrary, e-cigarettes may be helping to reduce smoking.'