According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, some states have a lot more smoke than others. A handful of states in the Midwest and the South have smoking rates higher than 22 percent, but New England states' percentage rates tend to hover in the teens. In Kentucky, West Virginia, and Oklahoma, a whopping 25 percent of adults smoke, more or less. Click around below to see to what extent adults in other states are puffing up.
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