In the nearly half century since the U.S. Surgeon General issued a report linking smoking to cancer in 1964, there has had a dramatic decline is smoking. Since 1998, tobacco sales in the U.S. have declined by 2 percent a year; since 2000, there has been an 18 percent decline in the number of cigarette packs sold: 17.4 billion packs were sold in 2007 compared to 21.1 billion packs in 2000.However, this has taken place with a significant uptick in the number of “cigarette pack equivalents” (CPE’s), non-cigarette nicotine product, totaling 1.10 billion CPEs. These include: 714 million moist snuff, 256 million roll-your-own tobacco and 130 million small cigars.
Mostly just put here because it's true.
Morality isn't really helpful as far as drug use goes,it's damaging economicly and to the fabric of society as a whole.
Just because something is frowned upon or even illegal doesn't mean that someone somewhere won't do it.