Tobacco companies beware: Smoking is at an all-time low in the U.S.

That’s in step with new information from the Centers for Disease Control, stories CNBC. In 2017, 34.3 million adults in the U.S. smoked cigarettes–that’s 14% of adults. By distinction, 15.5% of adults smoked in 2016. The all-time low is a 67% decline in the collection of folks smoking since 1965, when 42.4% of the public smoked.

The CDC says that emerging tobacco costs, instructing the public about the risks of smoking, and lengthening efforts to assist folks surrender are the primary causes at the back of the decline. However, when including different varieties of tobacco merchandise like e-cigarettes and smokeless tobacco, the collection of U.S. adults who used tobacco merchandise of a few sort in 2017 raises to 19.3%, or 47 million folks.

And whilst e-cigarettes have got a lot consideration over the previous few years, Brian King, a deputy director in the CDC’s administrative center on smoking and well being, says, “If e-cigarette use was once accountable [for declines in cigarette use], you can be expecting to peer a great correlation, however that’s now not what we’re seeing. If the rest, e-cigarettes have difficult the tobacco product panorama.”