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New Poll Finds Nearly Seven in 10 New Jersey Voters Support Smoke-Free Casinos
Date:10/31/2007

sey's casino workers should be protected from exposure to secondhand smoke in the workplace.

-- Voters place priority on the interests of customers and workers breathing clean air in casinos. Concerns about exposure to secondhand smoke translate to the very strong belief among voters (by a margin of 83 percent to 10 percent) that the interests of customers and employees in breathing clean air are more important than the interests of smokers who want to smoke inside casinos. Even among smokers, 62 percent of respondents indicate that the interest of customers and employees in breathing clean air is more important than their interest in smoking inside casinos.

If New Jersey extends its 100 percent smoke-free law to all casinos, 18 percent of voters say they would go to casinos more often compared to 7 percent who say they would go less often. A majority of voters (74 percent) say that making casinos smoke-free would have no impact on how often they visit gaming establishments.

The intention of voters to continue visiting New Jersey's casinos is not surprising given survey respondents' view that these establishments would be healthier and more enjoyable if they were smoke-free. Nearly nine out of ten voters (88 percent) believe that smoke-free casinos would be healthier, and 82 percent want to be able to enjoy casinos in New Jersey without smelling like smoke at the end of the evening.

A copy of the survey findings is available at: http://www.tobaccofreekids.org/njpoll/

This survey was conducted by telephone September 27-30, 2007 with a scientifically selected random sample of 801 New Jersey adults, including 688 registered voters. The figures in this release are based on the sample of registered voters. All surveys are subject to sampling error, which is the expected probable difference between interviewing everyone in a population versus a scientific sampling drawn f
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