Special Report

American Cities Where the Most People Smoke

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20. Winston-Salem, North Carolina
> Adult smoking rate: 20.2%
> Adults self-reporting fair or poor health: 19.3% — #35th most out of 108 largest MSAs
> Lung and bronchus cancer incidence: 18.0 diagnoses per 100,000 — #18th most out of 108 largest MSAs

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19. Fayetteville-Springdale-Rogers, Arkansas-Missouri
> Adult smoking rate: 20.2%
> Adults self-reporting fair or poor health: 21.8% — #11th most out of 108 largest MSAs
> Lung and bronchus cancer incidence: 73.0 diagnoses per 100,000 — #73rd most out of 108 largest MSAs

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18. Indianapolis-Carmel-Anderson, Indiana
> Adult smoking rate: 20.3%
> Adults self-reporting fair or poor health: 18.2% — #47th most out of 108 largest MSAs
> Lung and bronchus cancer incidence: 52.0 diagnoses per 100,000 — #52nd most out of 108 largest MSAs

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17. Cincinnati, Ohio-Kentucky-Indiana
> Adult smoking rate: 20.3%
> Adults self-reporting fair or poor health: 17.4% — #56th most out of 108 largest MSAs
> Lung and bronchus cancer incidence: 24.0 diagnoses per 100,000 — #24th most out of 108 largest MSAs

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16. Nashville-Davidson–Murfreesboro–Franklin, Tennessee
> Adult smoking rate: 20.4%
> Adults self-reporting fair or poor health: 18.7% — #42nd most out of 108 largest MSAs
> Lung and bronchus cancer incidence: 55.0 diagnoses per 100,000 — #55th most out of 108 largest MSAs