Exposure to second-hand smoke at home by age group and sex (Number)

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Exposure to second-hand smoke at home by age group and sex
(Number)
  2011 2012 2013 2014
  number
Both sexes 1,268,943 1,097,658 1,069,994 962,682
Males 661,980 526,252 488,402 504,740
Females 606,963 571,406 581,592 457,942
12 to 19 years 373,437 333,525 302,605 268,358
Males 195,331 169,150 144,158 139,399
Females 178,106 164,375 158,447 128,959
20 to 34 years 303,711 247,458 232,473 214,808
Males 171,142 135,760 91,727 96,795
Females 132,569 111,698 140,746 118,013
35 to 44 years 111,702 73,297 70,316E 64,791
Males 48,769E 22,801E 22,818E 34,086E
Females 62,933E 50,496E 47,498E 30,706E
45 to 64 years 339,434 292,696 312,920 270,255
Males 181,536 134,301 159,174 153,613
Females 157,898 158,396 153,746 116,642
65 years and older 140,659 150,681 151,681 144,470
Males 65,203 64,241 70,525 80,848
Females 75,456 86,441 81,155 63,622

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