420 With CNW - New Survey: 6 In 10 Americans Consider Cannabis Safer Than Tobacco, Alcohol

(MENAFN- Investor Brand Network) According to a new survey, the majority of Americans believe that
marijuana is less detrimental to health than tobacco and alcohol . According to the YouGov poll, 64% of participants believe that regular alcohol consumption is riskier than marijuana use, and 63% believe that regular tobacco use is also riskier. The
conducted from April 5–8, 2024, involved 1,148 adults.

Contrastingly, only a small fraction - 14% - believes that cannabis usage poses a greater threat than regular alcohol consumption. Additionally, 16% of participants stated that...

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