Almost three quarters of Victorians believe it should be harder to buy tobacco, a study says.
Cancer Council Victoria surveyed adults about reducing the accessibility of cigarettes last year.
Its study, released in June but made public on Tuesday, found that 73 per cent of Victorian adults surveyed would support a law that limited the number of venues that could sell tobacco products.
Quit Victoria, a smokers' support group which is part-funded by the Cancer Council, said on Tuesday that the idea that tobacco should be less accessible was becoming more popular.
Policy manager Kylie Lindorff said tobacco was sold in more than 8000 retail outlets across the state.
Publicación original:See more at: