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MRI-Simmons, the essential consumer truth set, today announced findings from its National Cannabis Study, which captures the full spectrum of cannabis use across the US.
Among its many findings, the study shows that 22% of all US adults – over 55 million people – now use cannabis, with 17% of the total US population consuming once a month or more, and 7% consuming on a daily basis. The study also revealed that one in five of these consumers are using only CBD products.
Consumption in Context
To understand cannabis in the context of other behaviors, respondents were asked how often they use caffeine, vitamins, herbal supplements and cannabis. Between 2018 and 2019, consumption of cannabis, herbal supplements and vitamins grew YoY, while consumption of caffeine and alcohol dropped slightly.
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