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    Education is a big part to reduce smokers, it not only develops us in a  prospect of view at life, but also improves the quality of our lives. According to All Academic Research, there is clear evidence to show that education does reduce the number of smokers. A new study, published in BioMed Central's open access International Journal for Equity in Health, has shown that high-achieving school-children, even those from poor backgrounds, are less likely to smoke. The right education should provide information on the social influences of and peer norms regarding smoking in addition to information on the short and long term physiologic consequences of smoking. Improved education should be both implementable and effective in reducing the gap.  Hopefully, a revamped education system will change people's opinions on smoking.  If we are successful, we will make people realize that they must follow the new smoking regulations at Purdue, not only for themselves, but for the people around them.

Here is statistic about how educaion effect smoking rate from, official Virginiaa state sites.