Electronic cigarette manufacturers have a lot to celebrate with the recent launch of the popular, and often controversial, e-cigarette, according to a recent poll by Bloomberg News and Public Policy Polling.

According to the poll, which was conducted from August 1 through August 7, the most popular e-cigarettes were: the e-cig from Vapourizer, which has received praise for its smooth, flavorful flavor and clean design; the eGo e-liquid, which is made from vegetable glycerin and has been compared to menthol by some smokers; and the Njoy eGo, which can deliver up to 8 percent nicotine.

The poll also showed that the most common complaint about e-cigs is the price tag.

“Vapourizers are getting more expensive every year and I am not happy,” said one respondent, who asked that his name not be used.

Another respondent said that he prefers the Naze Vape, because its vapor is clean and pleasant.

“It has the same flavor as regular cigarettes and I don’t think they are as addictive as Vapors,” he said.

The most popular brand, Vaporys, which received nearly one in five respondents’ votes, came in at number four.

The poll, conducted by Public Policy and Bloomberg News, surveyed more than 1,000 Americans online using a randomly chosen sample of 18 to 25-year-olds.