Majority on University of Michigan's campus support smoking ban
Daniel Brenner I AnnArbor.com
The Michigan Daily reports that a survey of 2,022 students and 2,405 faculty and staff, conducted by U-M officials, found that most respondents supported the ban.
U-M facilities, grounds and buildings went smoke free July 1, 2011.
According to the survey, 82.7 percent of students and 88.8 percent of faculty and staff said they supported a smoke-free campus. Seventy-two percent of faculty and 65 percent of students said they noticed a decrease in smoking on campus over the past two years.