Under-25’s Reveal Their Thoughts On Smoking And Their Smoking Habits

The latest survey of the under-25 age group in five different regions of England reveals 88.6% enjoying the company of those who choose to smoke.
April 11, 2010 - PRLog -- The survey also discloses how the same age group do not hold the loyalties that the older generation had to our landlords and social clubs, choosing to drink at home instead where smoking is allowed to provide for the needs of all.

Phil Johnson, Chairman of the pro-choice group Freedom2Choose who engaged in this exercise states, “It is obvious that the implementation of a total smoking ban was wrong when choice was freely available to cater for everyone.  It’s appalling that 5000 businesses have closed and around 100,000 people are out of work as a result.  The youth appear to be showing the way forward.”

The survey, accredited by Dr Ruth Cherrington (Lecturer, Cultural & Media Studies at Warwick University), confirms that the youth are not pressurised into smoking by others and appear to be very aware of being dictated to; they confirm that they are sceptical of government motives and do not swallow the publicity surrounding passive smoking.

Phil Johnson further states, “It is becoming increasingly obvious that social needs and choices are being heavily questioned during this election period.

Spokesperson: Phil Johnson: 07773 926818
Reference: Survey of smoking habits: http://freedom2choose.info/press_viewer.php?id=84

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