Poll reveals fifty-nine per cent opposed to e-cigarette regulation

A recent opinion poll conducted on patient.info has revealed 59 per cent of respondents are opposed to e-cigarettes being classed and regulated in the same way as other nicotine-based products in the UK.

E-cigarettes are electronic devices which release varying amounts of nicotine in a warm water mist, simulating the flavour of a cigarette. A red LED light at its tip even resembles the burning tip of a cigarette. Because electronic cigarettes produce water vapour rather than smoke, they can be used indoors legally in the UK.

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