The United States, Germany, France, Australia, Spain, and Italy all have among the lowest tobacco use rates among the 34 countries surveyed by the World Health Organization.
The survey of more than 6,500 adults in each country found that smokers in all four countries had higher rates of nicotine addiction than smokers in the United States.
The findings come from a study of tobacco-use patterns among adult and adolescent smokers published in the American Journal of Public Health.
“The findings show that the number of smokers in one country may be as low as 0.5% of the population in another,” said Michael J. Miller, a professor at the University of California, San Diego School of Medicine and lead author of the study.
“This is not surprising, given the very high rate of cigarette use in the U.S. and other developed countries.”
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, about one in every six adults in the country has tried cigarettes.
The American Lung Association reports that in 2013, more than one million people in the nation smoked a cigarette.
The World Health Organizations research on smoking among adult smokers was conducted by researchers at the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control in Lyon, France.
The study was funded by the National Institutes of Health, the European Union, the World Lung Foundation, and the European Medicines Agency.
It was published in The American Journal.
The U.K. has the lowest smoking rate in the world.
It has the highest rate of adult smokers in Europe, with more than 14,000 adults in England and Wales smoking at least once a week, according to the National Health Service.
The British government has a number of initiatives aimed at reducing smoking.
But Miller said the tobacco control measures are not enough.
“If we are going to get a significant reduction in the smoking rate, we need to take action to reduce the use of tobacco products,” he said.
“We need to get to the point where we have a smoking-free country.”
In other words, the U, U.Y., and U.Z. should be able to get away with smoking.
In Japan, smokers have one of the lowest levels of tobacco consumption in the industrialized world.
In 2008, smokers in Japan were only about one-third as likely as smokers in France or the U (both 30%).
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It will take more than just a few additional measures to make smoking less of an issue.”