From Jakarta to Delhi: Top Tabacco Consumers Across World


2024/05/04 15:55:03 IST

7. China: 49%

    Despite being the worlds largest tobacco producer and consumer, Chinas 49% tobacco use among male adults underscores the widespread prevalence of this habit even in the worlds most populous country.

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6. Latvia: 50%

    With 50% of male adults using tobacco, Latvia joins the list of countries with a substantial portion of its male population involved in tobacco consumption.

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5. Bangladesh: 52%

    At 52%, Bangladesh showcases a considerable prevalence of tobacco use among its male adults.

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4. Georgia: 56%

    With 56% of male adults reported as tobacco users, Georgia reflects a major portion of its male population engaging in this habit, warranting attention for public health interventions.

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3. Jordan: 57%

    Jordan At 57%, Jordan demonstrates a notable proportion of male adults using tobacco, positioning it among the countries with relatively high rates of tobacco consumption.

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2. Myanmar: 69%

    Following closely behind Indonesia, Myanmar records a substantial 69% of male adults engaging in tobacco use, suggesting a prevalent habit among its male population.

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1. Indonesia: 71%

    With a staggering 71% of male adults using tobacco, Indonesia leads the global statistics, indicating a major prevalence of tobacco consumption within the country.

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World: 37%

    At 37%, the global average of tobacco use among male adults serves as a reference point against which individual countries rates can be compared, highlighting the varying degrees of tobacco consumption worldwide.

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Where India stands?

    With 41% of male adults engaging in tobacco use, India stands at eighth spot.

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