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Percentage of U.S. cannabis and opioid patients that agree with the use of cannabis as a substitute for or in conjunction with opioids for select opioid-related issues as of 2017
Opinions on cannabis use in conjunction with opioids among U.S. patients as of 2017
This statistic displays the percentage of opioid and cannabis patients in the State of California that "agree" or "strongly agree" with select issues regarding substituting cannabis for opiate use or in conjunction with opiate use, as of 2017. According to the survey, 74 percent of respondents strongly agreed that using cannabis in conjunction with or as a substitute for opiates allowed them to decrease their opiate use.
Percentage of U.S. cannabis and opioid patients that agree with the use of cannabis as a substitute for or in conjunction with opioids for select opioid-related issues as of 2017
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Sources

Release date

June 2017

Region

United States

Survey time period

June 1, 2017

Number of respondents

828 respondents

Special properties

patients that use medicinal cannabis and opioids in the State of California

Method of interview

Online survey

Supplementary notes

Data only collected from patients being treated in the State of California.

Opinions on cannabis use in conjunction with opioids among U.S. patients as of 2017
This statistic displays the percentage of opioid and cannabis patients in the State of California that "agree" or "strongly agree" with select issues regarding substituting cannabis for opiate use or in conjunction with opiate use, as of 2017. According to the survey, 74 percent of respondents strongly agreed that using cannabis in conjunction with or as a substitute for opiates allowed them to decrease their opiate use.
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