When the smoking rate for Māori and non-Māori in 2009 was broken down by age and gender, differing patterns of use were apparent. Māori started smoking younger, more did so, and the higher proportion was maintained as people got older. One result was that about twice as many Māori as non-Māori were exposed to second-hand smoke at home and in the car.
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Source: Statistics New Zealand