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Table 1 Daily tobacco smoking rate among people aged ≥ 15 years and age-standardized death rates due to lung cancer in European Union countries in 2016

From: Changes in mortality and years of life lost due to lung cancer in Poland, 2000–2016

 Daily tobacco smoking rate among people aged ≥ 15 yearsAge-standardized death rates due to lung cancer
Both sexesMaleFemaleBoth sexesMaleFemale
Austria22.923.522.346.664.633.0
Belgium22.725.320.357.891.232.6
Bulgaria28.035.521.043.879.316.5
Croatia31.935.029.166.1116.230.4
Cyprus28.441.415.037.561.616.6
Czechia25.629.921.551.882.129.6
Denmark15.014.615.366.876.060.2
Estonia24.032.017.151.099.823.7
Finland15.717.613.839.460.624.2
France27.329.824.948.778.025.5
Germany24.227.820.750.673.033.6
Greece34.344.724.660.9107.123.0
Hungary25.129.421.290.1137.958.2
Ireland18.820.117.657.168.048.3
Italy19.623.316.248.780.225.1
Latvia30.644.619.146.5103.615.2
Lithuania22.031.813.944.396.814.1
Luxembourg18.019.716.351.980.928.5
Malta20.024.515.542.570.121.8
Netherlands20.821.919.866.088.250.3
Poland23.428.219.068.9114.638.1
Portugal18.025.011.837.166.414.9
Romania24.631.818.054.095.821.8
Slovakia22.529.216.351.392.824.9
Slovenia19.221.417.058.391.733.8
Spain24.726.722.948.486.518.0
Sweden10.89.911.637.641.435.1
United Kingdom17.519.615.459.371.949.7
  1. Source WHO global report on trends in prevalence of tobacco smoking 2000–2025, second edition [11], Eurostat statistics [34]