Stayin’ Alive Releases Survey Results

survey-says-2FRANKLIN COUNTY, Ind. — Stayin’ Alive, the Franklin County coalition promoting tobacco-free policies, is announcing results from a survey of local residents about their attitudes and use of tobacco.

The survey was fueled by a grant from Interact for Health as part of a three-year initiative to plan and implement tobacco-free policies in the community.

Stayin’ Alive collected opinions from 291 residents of Franklin County.

Of those 291 respondents, 74% were in favor of tobacco free outdoor parks in Franklin County; and only 24% of the respondents replied people should be allowed to use tobacco products wherever they want.