The survey in question came not from an experienced research house, or even did it transpire that it was the result of end of year horse play by students. The survey came from a car hire company, whom you can find at www.flexed.co.uk. In actual fact, it was a whole two days ago that the Irish Independent reported this survey, and rather helpfully told us that the sample size was 1100 respondents.
You should probably take a moment to think about this. Are we really to believe that ASH were unaware of the survey’s sample size, selection and origins, given that it took a 27 year old graphic designer three whole minutes to gain a very good idea of all those things? Given that it’s not even her job to find such things out?
Another fine blog by an informed consumer.
All of this BS undermining the THR properties of vaping has pissed off A LOT of reasonable people who are shocked, then angered by this level of public manipulation. This issue is bigger than vaping itself. It has to do with government overreach being spurred on from stalwart health entities. These activities more often than not use public funds, and are not self-funded. Theses people do this for a living, whilst we do the heavy lifting on our own volition, w/out monetary compensation.