Author: cigscoffp November 27, 2015 at 14:02:06 from 184.108.40.206
Young smokers are more likely to describe themselves as 'indvidualistic', have alternative tastes in music and be late more often than their non-smoking peers, according to polls of 13,000 young people by YouGov.
YouGov used data from their YouGov Profiles, which track individuals' tastes in brands, media and online behaviour to compile the report.
By comparing the self-described personality traits of 3,000 'millenial' smokers with those of 10,000 18-34-year-olds who had never smoked, they found a few significant differences.
For example, 31 per cent of regular smokers said they tended to be slightly late, compared to only 20 per cent of non-smokers. 58 per cent said they tended to be early, fewer than the 71 per cent of early non-smokers.
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