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After the ban on PUBG in Gujarat, a new study claims that 40 percent of Indians want a full ban on cigarettes, e-cigarette, violent video games, and online gambling. According to the survey conducted by the market research firm Ipsos, 68 percent of the participants endorsed the use of social media with restraint.

While 62 percent supported the consumption of packaged salty with restraint. The other 57 percent of urban Indians continued to exercise restraint With the use of sweet soft drinks.

In a statement, Service Line Leader, Parijat Chakraborty in Ipsos Public Affairs, Corporate Reputation and Customer Experience said, “The defect is mostly defined as a social stigma. And, the survey verifies that it is socially acceptable. And what is not acceptable and does not seem to change the rules of the game. ”

These results are based on a survey conducted in India between November 26 and December 7, 2018, on 1000 people. Country Service Line Head, Monica Gangwani, in Ipsos Healthcare (HEC) India said, that the restraints are also important for chocolate, snacks and sweet soft drinks. As the use of these things has adverse effects on health. It causes obesity, blood pressure, and diabetes among people which is very dangerous.

According to the study, only 36 percent of Indians feel that hepatic is of medical importance. And, only about 39 percent of Indians agree that hemp should be legal for medical use. The study also says that about 45 percent of Indians feel that the use of e-cigarette and wiping devices will increase in the next 10 years.

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