The above diagram and cluster graph, as well as the Bonferroni adjustment and significance of each cluster, show that cluster analysis was efficient. Males and females are more important in terms of cigarette intake, according to cluster percentages. Among the three types of tobacco, cigarettes, chewing tobacco, and snuff, cigarettes were the most common, followed by chewing tobacco, and finally snuff. In comparison to 15–18, the age group 19–21 has a higher interest in or likelihood of using tobacco. Finally, people in their twenties and thirties are less likely to start a new habit or smoke cigarettes. Many that have been smoking for a long time, such as those who have had years of experience, smoke 10–12 cigarettes per day on average, while the majority of female smokers, as well as those who have had significant health problems, smoke 1–3 cigarettes per day. Cigarette smokers who consume 4 to 9 cigarettes per day and those who consume 13 or more cigarettes per day are more addicted to smoking and have less interest in quitting. Peers and culture have made significant contributions to the initiation of cigarette or tobacco use at the level of influencing factors. The actor's demeanour, the media, and the scent or properties of the cigarette all play a role in affecting the first cigarette's intake. Family members, the occasional celebration, and the majority of female smokers have not specified the initial impact of tobacco use so that these types of ignoring causes can be classified.
As a result of the intensified drug cravings, the majority of cigarettes, with the exception of cluster III, use dual and polydrug combinations. Clusters II and III expressed a desire to try new medications. As a result, clusters II and III are struggling with severe health problems or need to see a doctor on a daily basis for other health issues. Smoking cessation is more successful in clusters I and II than in cluster III in this respect. The health problems vary depending on the individual's immune function, smoking and polydrug use, age group, and climate, as well as self-hygienic behaviours.
Overall, cluster I mostly represents males, and their first tobacco consumption (FTC) was a cigarette; they began smoking at the age of 19–21, smoking an average of 10–12 cigarettes per day, and their peers heavily influenced them to take FTC; as a result, they became more interested in dual and poly drug consumption, and they became more likely to face severe health problems, prompting attempts to quit smoking.
Cluster II mostly represents females, and their FTC is also tobacco, with a starting age of 19–21, comparable to cluster I, and 1–3 cigarettes per day used to smoke and smell or other features of cigarettes and culture, as well as having an interest in other drugs and health issues.
Cluster III represents both males and females, and chewing tobacco was used as FTC and 15–18, and later on in life they had a greater interest in 13 cigarettes per day, and actor's demeanour was highly influencing to use cigarette, and there was not much interest in other drugs, and they are still in their early years, so health problems are common and quit attempts are ineffective.