Ireland became the first country to enact a comprehensive nation-wide smoke-free law in 2004. The ITC project has been able to monitor the effects of that law on reactions and perceptions of smokers, and will continue to report on the effectiveness of new tobacco control policies as they are implemented. The Framework Convention on Tobacco Control was signed and ratified on September 16, 2003, and November 7, 2005, respectively.
|Survey Mode: Random Digit Dialed Telephone Survey|
|Wave||Survey Dates||Survey Sample Size|
|IE1 - Ireland||December 10, 2003 to January 19, 2004||1,071 Smokers and 900 Non-Smokers|
|IE2 - Ireland||December 9, 2004 to January 29, 2005||912 Smokers and 900 Non-Smokers|
|IE3 - Ireland||February 14 to March 26, 2006||742 Smokers and Quitters and 900 Non-Smokers|
|IE4 - Ireland||February 15 to April 16, 2007||2,000 Smokers and 900 Non-Smokers|