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October 25, 1998
Web posted at: 6:32 p.m. EST (2332 GMT)

NEW YORK (CNN) -- A new Gallup poll released this week shows more smokers are smoking fewer cigarettes a day and almost half are turning to light or low-tar cigarettes. Still, the survey finds that two-thirds of smokers believe they will die if they don't quit. Apparently that isn't too easy since each smoker attempts to quit an average of seven times.


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