The Malaysian Green Lung Association, a non-governmental organisation for tobacco control registered with the Registrar of Societies in Malaysia, launched an online poll titled “Malaysian Acceptability of Generation End Game Policy: A Public Opinion Poll” from February 23, 2022 to March 13, 2022.
The study’s goal was to collect data from all Malaysians, with a cross-sectional focus on the youthful population of 24 years old and younger.
It showed that a large majority of Malaysians are highly supportive of the government’s Generational End Game (GEG) Policy, which aspires to adopt a bold new Tobacco and Smoking Control Act that will prohibit those born after 2005 from smoking or possessing tobacco products, including electronic cigarettes, or vapes.
More than 97 percent of 928 people who took part in an online public poll said they supported the GEG. In terms of gender, the…