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Users Of Alcohol Prefer Cannabis

A Harris Poll survey conducted on behalf of cannabis company Curaleaf found 45 percent of respondents have reduced or replaced their alcohol consumption with cannabis since the start of the coronavirus pandemic.

 

Last updated 12/28/2020 at 9:19pm

-One-third of respondents said they prefer Cannabis to alcohol.

-42% of respondents started consuming Cannabis or increased their use since the beginning of the pandemic.

-54% had started using Cannabis or increased their use due to stress and anxiety, including 64% of women polled and 47% of men.

-Half surveyed attributed their increased use or foray into Cannabis to wanting to relax.

-48% of respondents said they had started using Cannabis or increased their use to help them sleep.

-52% of parents surveyed who use Cannabis said they started using Cannabis or increased their use since the start of the pandemic, compared to 33% of those surveyed who are not parents to children under 18-years-old.

-Parents were also more likely to use Cannabis medically than non-parents (58% vs 44%).

-57% of parents said they had used Cannabis to reduce or replace their alcohol use.

The poll was conducted online last month and had 1,895 responses from adults 21-and-older; 772 respondents had never used Cannabis.

(Source: https://ir.curaleaf.com/2020-12-09-Survey-Finds-Changing-Cannabis-Consumer-and-Consumption-Habits)

 
 

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