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Survey: Majority of Slovenians Support Public Smoking Ban

Brussels, 22 May - The overwhelming majority of Slovenians (93%) support a ban on smoking in indoor public spaces, including restaurants and bars, according to the results of an Eurobarometer survey on tobacco, published in Brussels on Tuesday, ahead of the World No Tobacco Day.

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A no-smoking sign.
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Ljubljana.
A no-smoking sign.
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Ljubljana.
Non-smoking area.
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Cigarette smokers in Slovenia.
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Ljubljana.
A cigarette smoker in Slovenia.
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Ljubljana.
A cigarette smoker in Slovenia.
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Ljubljana.
A cigarette smoker in Slovenia.
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