SMOKERS are being asked how they think more people can be helped to give up.
The idea of the survey is to make sure that Hampshire County Council, which is organising the questionnaire, is providing the right support and encouragement to those who want to give up.
The council-commissioned NHS service, Quit4life, last year helped more than 3,700 people across the county.
The council’s cabinet member for health and public health, councillor Patricia Stallard said: ‘Our aim is to offer stop smoking support through Quit4life to around 8,000 smokers this year.
‘To do that we need to make sure that future services provide what smokers need.
To take part in the 10-minute survey, visit hants.gov.uk/smokersurvey