By comparing data from each wave of the survey in the context of the political changes in the previous period the researchers were able to measure the impact of policies on key attitudes and behaviors.. The results are in three waves of the ITC Uruguay Survey, The survey 2006 and 2014. The survey representative samples of smokers in Montevideo, the capital, and in four cities across the country. Durazno, Maldonado, Salto and Rivera During this time, Uruguay implemented several key tobacco control in accordance with the WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control , the first-ever health treaty, the ratified the country in 2004. Were: a comprehensive ban on indoor smoking in public places, a ban on tobacco advertising and promotion, as well as number of tobacco tax increased.
Reduce the demand for tobacco products by increasing taxes The strategy has been accompanied by increased support for tobacco and smoke-free, two-thirds of smokers in 2014 to support even more government action public from the public from the harms of smoking, up. About half of the smokers in 2006.
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