Warning: warnings survey timed to coincide with warnings campaign

| January 4, 2013

About 85 per cent of the people polled in a recent survey said they supported the inclusion of warning images on cigarette packs inChina, according to a story by Wang Qingyun for the China Daily.

But the survey was apparently carried out byBeijing’s disease and prevention control authorities, and it was carried out last year as health authorities conducted a citywide campaign advocating warning images on cigarette packs.

Interviews carried out alongside a campaign exhibition indicated that 5,700 people – or 85 per cent of those surveyed – supported the idea of putting warning images, such as rotten teeth and damaged lungs, on cigarette packs.

Category: Breaking News

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