Should smoking be allowed in city parks?

Response Percent Votes
No; second-hand smoke is hazardous to nonsmokers, and they could still be exposed to smoke with smoking areas or smoke-free zones.
46% 74
Yes; it should be allowed anywhere in city parks.
21% 34
Yes, but there should be areas (around playgrounds or ballfields) considered smoke-free zones.
19% 31
Yes, but only in specific smoking areas.
12% 20
Total 159


Ronald Grover 6 years, 1 month ago

It's not just the secondhand smoke it is also the trash from smoking in parks that irritates me. Wherever you find smoking you find butts laying all over on the ground as litter. The irresponsibility of smokers with their butts and smoking materials causes us all to suffer due to their habit.


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