Campaigners are calling for more legislation to cut the number of adult smokers in Wales as figures reveal a fall of just 1% in six years.
Action on Smoking and Health (ASH) said the Welsh government must take "bold action" in light of the Welsh Health Survey figures.
It showed 23% of people still lit-up despite the 2007 ban on smoking in enclosed public spaces.
The Welsh government admitted it needed to do more to cut smoking by adults.
Elen de Lacy, chief executive of ASH in Wales, said: "The Welsh government needs to look at banning smoking in cars and around children.
"We need to be thinking about packaging to stop young people being attracted to smoking.
"The Welsh government needs to be taking bold ...