Colorado Adult Marijuana Use Now Almost Double the National Average

Denver is home to the most number of marijuana stores – and leads the state with 18.5% of adults as current users

(DENVER, CO) – A new statewide study funded by the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment found that 13.6% of Colorado adults are regular users of marijuana – almost double the rate (7.4%) of the entire country, according to recent Health and Human Services studies. 1 in 5 marijuana users in the state also reported driving after using marijuana.

DETAILS OF THE SURVEY INCLUDED:

  • 1 in 3 users are daily users
  • Black adults in Colorado are using at almost 50% higher than the state average for adults; Hispanics have the lowest use rates
  • Low income Colorado adults are using at higher rates than the state average
  • Almost a third of 18-24 year olds are using marijuana
  • Almost a third of gay and lesbian adults are using marijuana – more than twice the state average for adults
  • Almost 1 in five reported driving after using marijuana


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