Wednesday, 13 November 2013

BBC poll says ‘yes’ to e-cigs

So it seems that the public 'seem to like' e-cigarettes. Not our words, but the words of the BBC after they conducted a poll of 1,000 people.

The report came from Westfield shopping centre in London and asked members of the public what they thought of a woman vaping in a public place. There was of course a few 'I don't like it', but there were more 'good on them' from shoppers happy for others trying to quit smoking.

It also pointed out the confusion of where and where you can't use them. For instance you can't vape in the open-air shopping centre's Starbucks. But you can when you cross over the line where it becomes Westfield again.
The results

When asked by BBC Breakfast: "Would you feel uncomfortable if someone used an e-cigarette near you are your family?" 75 % said no.

And asked if e-cigarettes should be banned in public places, 34% said yes - but 62% said no.

The debate continues!  Read the BBC’s full article about electronic cigarettes here>>

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