Resources and Facts


PACT has conducted a number of scientific studies and voter attitude surveys focused on clean indoor air. These studies and surveys are used to educate the public and elected officials about the dangers of secondhand smoke, as well as the general need and want for smoke-free air.

Below are links to reports on recent tobacco control research and surveys conducted by PACT and other health organizations.

The Economic Impact of the 2008 Pennsylvania Clean Indoor Air Act
Executive Summary Report

300 Nonsmoking Pennsylvania Casino Employees will Die From Secondhand Smoke Illnesses
Study News Release

Secondhand Smoke Air Pollution in Pennsylvania Hospitality Venues – a study to assess the indoor air quality of Pennsylvania’s hospitality industry
Study Results

PACT commissioned a voter attitude survey that was conducted by Susquehanna Polling and Research.  Seven hundred registered voters in Pennsylvania were surveyed.
PACT Survey Results

BIG TOBACCO’S GUINEA PIGS: How an Unregulated Industry Experiments on America’s Kids and Consumers
2008 New Products Report