Second Class Smoking room at the time of collision

Arun Vajpey

I have read that when the Titanic collided with the iceberg at 23:40 hours on Sunday 14th April 1912, only two public rooms were officially still open - the First & second Class Smoking Rooms. Thanks to survivor accounts we know approximately who was in the First Class Smoking Room at the time.

My question is, is there any evidence to indicate who was in the Second Class Smoking Room at the time of the collision?. Did any of them survive? I noted that the survival percentage was the lowest for the male passengers from Second Class.