Cannabis: ‘Stronger signals’ of declining popularity

 Below is an extract from EMCDDA annual report published 6th November 2008

Nearly a quarter of all Europeans, or around 71 million (15–64 years), have tried cannabis in their lifetime, and around 7 % (23 million) have used it in the last year — making it still Europe’s most commonly consumed illicit drug. But, in some important markets, there are now ’stronger signals’ of the drug’s waning popularity, reinforcing the analysis presented in last year’s Annual report

 Click here to read more on rates of Cannabis use from EMCDDA