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Due to the low consumption of illegal drugs by the population as a whole, samples must necessarily be large (in Canada over 12,000 respondents). Whatever the sample size, these surveys inevitably underestimate consumption. Respondents tend to under-report, either because individuals simply refuse to respond because of the legal implications, or because some at-risk persons are not included in a telephone survey. Then there is the matter of memory: the more time elapsed between consumption and the survey, the less reliable one’s memory of occasions, circumstances, and quantities.
CANNABIS : OUR POSITION FOR A CANADIAN PUBLIC POLICY
REPORT OF THE SENATE SPECIAL COMMITTEE ON ILLEGAL DRUGS
VOLUME I : PARTS I and II
- More than two-in-three Canadians (68%) say marijuana should be made legal, and roughly the same number (64%) say legalization will do more good than harm in the long run
- Legalization does not exactly top the list of national priorities – more than half (54%) of Canadians see it as one of the least important issues facing the country today
- Canadians are apprehensive about making the drug too readily available, however. A plurality (41%) say it should be “legalized, but tightly controlled by government”
20% of Canadians smoked pot last year, but more than 30% would if legal, poll suggests
59% of survey respondents support some sort of legalization
By Pete Evans, CBC News Posted: Nov 10, 2015