OECD: Morale – Smoking in Public Places

In World Values Survey, this question was asked:

Justifiable: Smoking in the Public Places

However, only selected OECD countries were asked in the questionaire. The answer in the scale form was given, running from 1-10, 1 being “never justifiable” and 10 being “always justifiable”. The mean score given from all the participants in the respective country is shown in the graphs below:

For this question, people in Luxembourg think that smoking in public places is justifiable (5.11 out of 10 point), followed by Greece, Denmark, and Austria. On the other hand, people in Hungary, Belgium, Finland and Iceland do not like the idea of people smoking in the public places.

Here is the stat on tobacco use among OECD countries.

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