Smokers oppose ban in outlets


SINGAPORE: More than half of pub-goers and two in five coffee-shop patrons are opposed to the government's move to ban smoking in the outlets, surveys showed on Monday. 

Smokers should be allowed to exercise their rights in some of the last remaining public bastions where it was allowed, respondents claimed. 

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