Unmarried young male smokers are more likely hazardous drinkers. The recent research work on the price hike of the cigarette has produced the result that it does not only reduce the percentage of smoking among the male smokers but it has also reduced the percentage of alcohol consumption among the male smokers. This result has dug deep in the concept. Numerically the result says it has decreased the smoking of male smokers 22% and the drinking is about 11%.
Those who have a strict view on the current affairs, they are very familiar with the fact about the price hike or to be more specific the tax hike on cigarette. Many health organizations have taken this as one of the most important theme to conduct a successful research work. The point is not only limited to the choice factor but they have taken the initiative to conduct the research and became highly capable to produce an almost perfect result. This is known to all that the research work cannot produce the perfect result as many variables works on assumption. The reason of being imperfect on the result is nothing but sample selection. It is almost impossible to select the entire population as the sample to ask for the answer. A limited numbers of people are being chosen as the sample and then the calculation procedure is done. After the calculation the result on the sample is being generalized to mass and an assumption is being produced effectively on paper.
One of the main personalities who have led the research work has given his byte in an interview, “We’re very much surprised by seeing the strength of the bond between smoking and drinking. It has provided the result in typical research terminology that may help and encourage others to conduct a research on this topic and the result says that the research mean is 61 cents while the standard deviation (SD) and median are 42 cents and 40 cents respectively”.