Far more than half (55%) of Canadians aged 15 and older indicated that they have under no circumstances utilized cannabis, though three in 10 had been former customers who reported no longer working with it.
Benefits say that about four.six million of Canadians aged 15 and older reportedly utilized cannabis in the final 3 months of 2018. This accounts for roughly 15% of the total population.
Healthcare customers are a lot more established
Consumption prices also continued to be larger amongst males (19%) than females (11%)—consistent with information from preceding quarters.
The prevalence of cannabis use more than the previous 3 months was larger amongst 18- to 24-year-olds (33%) than in other age groups (ranging from five% to 21%).
Here’s a lot more information on the 15% that answered this survey with a optimistic answer:
- 7% utilized cannabis for non-health-related factors
- four% utilized cannabis for health-related factors only (with or devoid of health-related documentation)
- four% reported working with for each health-related and non-health-related factors
The quantity of customers is probably to improve, as 19% of interviewed Canadians assume they will use cannabis in the subsequent 3 months, which would be a four% development more than a single quarter.
As for their age and spending habits, non-health-related customers had been 35 years old on typical, and they hardly ever spent in excess of $250 more than 3 months.
Registered health-related customers are 50 years old on typical and they are the oldest of the 3 groups.
Mixed customers averaged 38 years of age and they came in the middle of the pack, as far as spending on cannabis goes.
One particular in 5 non-health-related customers reported consuming cannabis every day or pretty much daily—a significantly smaller sized share than for health-related customers with documentation (70%), health-related customers devoid of health-related documentation (46%) and mixed customers (46%).
As far as consumption procedures go, 83% of non-health-related customers reported that they commonly smoked the cannabis they consumed—a larger quantity than for health-related customers with documentation (37%), health-related customers devoid of documentation (58%) and mixed customers (73%).