Main factors considered when deciding to purchase cannabis, among people reporting cannabis use in past three months, aged 15 or older, Canada, fourth quarter 2018
|Thousands – People||% – People||Lower limit (%) – 95% confidence interval1||Upper limit (%) – 95% confidence interval1|
|Quality and safety||3,468.7||75.8||71.0||79.9|
|Accessible when I want||1,520.8||33.2||28.7||38.1|
|Sell preferred THC and/or CBD potencies or formulations||1,266.8||27.7||23.6||32.2|
|Able to purchase online||785.6||17.2||13.8||21.1|
|Anonymity or discretion||677.5||14.8||11.7||18.6|
|Free shipping (online purchases)||629.8||13.8||10.5||17.8|
|Sell preferred strain||553.1||12.1||9.4||15.4|
|Sell products not available in licensed stores or websites||301.9||6.6E||4.5||9.6|
use with caution
- Definiton: Delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and cannabidiol (CBD).
- Respondents were instructed to select up to 3 categories. Nearly 9 in 10 selected up to 3; about 10% selected more.
National Cannabis Survey (5262).
Confidence intervals are used to express the precision of the estimate .
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