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Attitudes toward smoking in restaurants

Attitudes toward smoking in restaurants

Restaurants USA 7(5): 36-38

A Gallup survey conducted in the USA in February 1987 for the National Restaurant Association reveals a divergence of opinion about tobacco smoke in restaurants.

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