Canadian's views on where marijuana should be sold 2016

Views on where marijuana should be sold in Canada as of 2016

by Statista Research Department, last edited Apr 12, 2016
Canadian's views on where marijuana should be sold 2016 This graph shows where Canadians believe marijuana should be sold, according to a survey in February 2016. It was found that 43.7 percent of respondents believe marijuana should be sold in dedicated marijuana dispensaries and 42.6 percent believe it should be sold in pharmacies.
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Views on where marijuana should be sold in Canada as of 2016

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