A survey of West Virginia adults shows 60 percent would favor higher cigarette taxes if the revenue would benefit public health.
 
Forty-three percent back an increase of $2 per pack or more.
The 2012 survey of 2,132 smokers and non-smokers was recently released by researchers at West Virginia University's School of Public Health.

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