The New Zealand Herald today carried news of interesting research by the tobacco industry which suggests New Zealand smokers have a penchant for cigarettes higher in nicotine than smokers across the Tasman.
The Herald adds:
The results come from a tobacco industry study… also found New Zealand smokers are exposed to the greatest average amount of tar out of 5703 smokers in eight countries.
New Zealand smokers sucked out 1.62mg of nicotine a cigarette, the second-highest amount and far more than Australians’ 1.36mg.
Accompanying the story was this interesting infographic which puts the the exposure of New Zealand smokers to nicotine and tar in perspective. What do you think? An effective infographic?