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Do you aim to use less cannabis next year and if so, would you like help to reduce consumption?
Survey on cannabis users who aim to use less cannabis in the Nordic countries 2016
This survey displays the result of a survey on cannabis users who aim to use less cannabis in the next year and would like help to reduce consumption in the Nordic countries in 2016. That year, the share of respondents wanting to consume less cannabis was highest in Denmark, with a share of 44 percent, followed by Iceland with a share of approximately 37 percent of respondents. The share of people that would like to use less cannabis in Sweden was lowest of all Nordic countries and amounted to roughly 24 percent. Out of the Danish respondents who stated that they want to use less, 13 percent would like to get help to reduce cannabis usage.
Do you aim to use less cannabis next year and if so, would you like help to reduce consumption?
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Source

Release date

May 2017

Region

Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, Sweden

Survey time period

2016

Number of respondents

15,200 Respondents*

Age group

16 years and older

Special properties

cannabis users

Method of interview

Online survey

Supplementary notes

* The total number of respondents that took part in the drug survey for each country was as follows:
Denmark: 13.500 respondents,
Norway: 550 respondents,
Finland: 400 respondents,
Sweden: 500 respondents,
Iceland: 250 respondents.

The source does not specify the date of the survey. Only information given is that it was conducted at the end of 2016.

The source does not provide the original wording of the question posed during the survey. The wording of the question chosen for this statistic may therefore differ slightly from the original.

Survey on cannabis users who aim to use less cannabis in the Nordic countries 2016
This survey displays the result of a survey on cannabis users who aim to use less cannabis in the next year and would like help to reduce consumption in the Nordic countries in 2016. That year, the share of respondents wanting to consume less cannabis was highest in Denmark, with a share of 44 percent, followed by Iceland with a share of approximately 37 percent of respondents. The share of people that would like to use less cannabis in Sweden was lowest of all Nordic countries and amounted to roughly 24 percent. Out of the Danish respondents who stated that they want to use less, 13 percent would like to get help to reduce cannabis usage.
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