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36% 474 votes
64% 857 votes
1331 people voted
Yes, any method of discouraging is important and effective 441 votes

Yes, any method of discouraging is important and effective
33%
I'm not sure - but it's worth a try 338 votes

I'm not sure - but it's worth a try
25%
No, those who want to smoke will continue to do so 529 votes

No, those who want to smoke will continue to do so
40%
Other - write in the comments below 23 votes

Other - write in the comments below
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kazelliec

kazelliec

  Good point Mollix
PhilBailey

PhilBailey

  Nowhere as effective as the early 1980s NHS adverts
Mollix

Mollix

  I think it is more so effective as a child seeing the packaging, and therefore not wanting to start rather than discouraging those who are already addicted
kazelliec

kazelliec

  I think it would be pointless. My husband smokes. He sees the pictures on the packet and even explains to my kids what it means. They ask him to stop smoking but he still won't quit.

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