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Rates of cigarette smoking among young Americans have fallen from 35 percent to 12 percent over the past twenty years, according to new results of a Gallup poll. 

The decline among those aged 18 through 29 was also more than double that of any other age group measured, and puts young adults as the second least likely age group to smoke cigarettes. The nation’s oldest adults—those over age 65— are the least likely to smoke cigarettes, and just 8 percent reported doing so in 2022.