Special Report

The City With the Most Smokers in Every State

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Montana: Great Falls
> Smoking rate: 20.5% (Montana: 18.9%)
> Adults reporting poor or fair health: 16.8% (Montana: 14.1%)
> Premature deaths per 100,000: 384.7 (Montana: 333.8)
> Life expectancy at birth (years): 77.73 (Montana: 78.91)

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Nebraska: Omaha-Council Bluffs
> Smoking rate: 17.2% (Nebraska: 16.6%)
> Adults reporting poor or fair health: 14.0% (Nebraska: 13.8%)
> Premature deaths per 100,000: 313.0 (Nebraska: 312.9)
> Life expectancy at birth (years): 79.47 (Nebraska: 79.57)

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Nevada: Carson City
> Smoking rate: 19.8% (Nevada: 15.7%)
> Adults reporting poor or fair health: 20.6% (Nevada: 19.1%)
> Premature deaths per 100,000: 491.8 (Nevada: 359.9)
> Life expectancy at birth (years): 74.96 (Nevada: 78.67)

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New Hampshire: Manchester-Nashua*
> Smoking rate: 16.0% (New Hampshire: 16.6%)
> Adults reporting poor or fair health: 12.2% (New Hampshire: 12.8%)
> Premature deaths per 100,000: 309.3 (New Hampshire: 304.9)
> Life expectancy at birth (years): 79.63 (New Hampshire: 79.69)

*Because Manchester-Nashua is the only eligible metro in New Hampshire, it is the metro with the most smokers by default.

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New Jersey: Vineland-Bridgeton
> Smoking rate: 22.6% (New Jersey: 13.2%)
> Adults reporting poor or fair health: 25.2% (New Jersey: 15.5%)
> Premature deaths per 100,000: 482.6 (New Jersey: 292.0)
> Life expectancy at birth (years): 75.26 (New Jersey: 80.49)