Britons are more likely to disagree than agree that using E-cigarettes should be allowed in public places, an exclusive poll for the Tonight programme, conducted by ComRes, has revealed.
Participants were asked if they agree or disagree with the following statements:
The World Health Organisation has called for further research into the impact of E-cigarettes on human health as they increase in popularity.
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