Percentage of U.S. cannabis and nonopioid using patients that agree with the use of cannabis as a substitute for or in conjunction with nonopioid pain medication for select pain-related issues as of 2017

Opinions on cannabis use in conjunction with nonopioids in U.S. patients as of 2017 This statistic displays the percentage of nonopioid-based pain medication and cannabis using patients in the State of California that "agree" or "strongly agree" with select issues regarding substituting cannabis for nonopioid based pain medication (NOPM) use or in conjunction with NOPM use, as of 2017. According to the survey, 48 percent of respondents agreed that cannabis works well with their NOPM.
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AgreeStrongly Agree
Cannabis works well with my NOPM48%42%
Need less NOPM when using cannabis33%63%
Cannabis is more effective than NOPM36%56%
Prefer cannabis to NOPM28%67%
Would use more as a substitute if available25%68%
AgreeStrongly Agree
Cannabis works well with my NOPM48%42%
Need less NOPM when using cannabis33%63%
Cannabis is more effective than NOPM36%56%
Prefer cannabis to NOPM28%67%
Would use more as a substitute if available25%68%
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This statistic displays the percentage of nonopioid-based pain medication and cannabis using patients in the State of California that "agree" or "strongly agree" with select issues regarding substituting cannabis for nonopioid based pain medication (NOPM) use or in conjunction with NOPM use, as of 2017. According to the survey, 48 percent of respondents agreed that cannabis works well with their NOPM.
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Release date
June 2017
Region
United States
Survey time period
June 1, 2017
Number of respondents
1,684 respondents
Special properties
patients that use medicinal cannabis and nonopioid based medication
Method of interview
Online survey
Supplementary notes
Data only collected from patients being treated in the State of California.
NOPM = Nonopioid based pain medication (NOPM)

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