Special Report

American Cities Where the Most People Smoke

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10. Detroit-Warren-Dearborn, Michigan
> Adult smoking rate: 20.8%
> Adults self-reporting fair or poor health: 18.7% — #41st most out of 108 largest MSAs
> Lung and bronchus cancer incidence: 35.0 diagnoses per 100,000 — #35th most out of 108 largest MSAs

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9. Baton Rouge, Louisiana
> Adult smoking rate: 21.1%
> Adults self-reporting fair or poor health: 19.7% — #28th most out of 108 largest MSAs
> Lung and bronchus cancer incidence: 57.0 diagnoses per 100,000 — #57th most out of 108 largest MSAs

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8. Chattanooga, Tennessee-Georgia
> Adult smoking rate: 21.1%
> Adults self-reporting fair or poor health: 19.7% — #29th most out of 108 largest MSAs
> Lung and bronchus cancer incidence: 16.0 diagnoses per 100,000 — #16th most out of 108 largest MSAs

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7. Memphis, Tennessee-Mississippi-Arkansas
> Adult smoking rate: 21.2%
> Adults self-reporting fair or poor health: 22.8% — #5th most out of 108 largest MSAs
> Lung and bronchus cancer incidence: 41.0 diagnoses per 100,000 — #41st most out of 108 largest MSAs

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6. Scranton–Wilkes-Barre–Hazleton, Pennsylvania
> Adult smoking rate: 21.4%
> Adults self-reporting fair or poor health: 19.3% — #36th most out of 108 largest MSAs
> Lung and bronchus cancer incidence: 4.0 diagnoses per 100,000 — #4th most out of 108 largest MSAs