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Sweet Deceit Pricing Survey.

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There's a new product at the store, like soap or a candy bar. How likely are you to buy this new product if…

There is a buy-one-get-one free promotion?
There is a 50% off promotion?
There is a manufacturer's coupon you can use, which lowers the price of the product?

If you liked the new product, how likely are you to purchase it again in the following situations?

There is a buy-one-get-one free promotion?
There is a 50% off promotion?
There is a manufacturer's coupon you can use, which lowers the price of the product?
Did you know that tobacco companies promote tobacco products with discounts and other pricing strategies?
Do you think tobacco discounts encourage youth to try tobacco products?
Do you think fewer youth would try smoking if tobacco discounts were prohibited?
Do you think tobacco discounts affect how much tobacco is consumed by tobacco users?
Do you think tobacco discounts should be prohibited?
What is the income level of your household?
In the last 30 days, have you used any tobacco products?
In the last 30 days, have you smoked more than 1 cigarette?
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The facts and statistics referenced on this website are from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, the Federal Trade Commission, the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids, the American Lung Association, the Rhode Island Department of Health the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and the UCSF Legacy Tobacco Documents Library.

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