The tables below show people’s reasons for giving up smoking, and when they intend to give up. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.
The given table gives information about the top 5 reasons and the time at which the proportion of people quit smoking.
We can see that the maximum percentage of people feel that the cause of giving up smoking is health. Approximately 30% of the public pull out because of money problems, in which almost 36 % smoke 10 to 19 cigarettes per day. A quarter part of the people feels that it reduces smoking diseases.
Moreover, due to smoking more than 20 cigars, the fifth proportion of people are suffering from current diseases and thought of leaving it. At last, due to family force, a minority part of people quit it.
A significant amount of smokers were in total intention to quit smoking while exactly 35% were intended to leave in the next 6 months. Approximately one in ten thought to leave smoking in the following month, and 21 per cent feel about quitting in the next year. The rest of the smokers, which constitutes 29%, want to continue smoking.
Overall, it can be noticed that most people leave smoking because of health problems and, they were a total intention of quitting it.
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