Which U.S. cities are doing the most recreational marijuana?
The U.K. is the most pot-friendly country in the world, according to a survey of nearly 800,000 adults by the U.N. World Drug Report.
and the U-S.
each recorded roughly 20,000 recreational marijuana users last year, with the U.-K.
coming in third with 18,000 users.
Amsterdam and the Netherlands have seen record growth, while France, Spain and Switzerland recorded roughly 10,000 and 6,000 marijuana users, respectively.
The U.k. also ranked second in the number of adults who use recreational marijuana.
It ranked second for its marijuana use rates, at 10.7 percent.
France was third with 9.8 percent, Germany was fourth with 8.5 percent, and the Czech Republic came in fifth with 7.3 percent.
In addition, the U and the United States had the highest rates of use among non-Hispanic whites, with 19.5 and 21.9 percent, respectively, according the report.
The survey found that, overall, U.s. youth are more likely to be interested in marijuana than other age groups, with 13.7 million youth aged 12 to 17 aged between 12 and 18 years old.
The highest percentage of young people aged 12-17 said they were interested in recreational marijuana, followed by 19.3 for those aged 18 to 24, 18.2 for those 25 to 29, 17.3 among those 30 to 34, 16.7 for those 35 to 44, and 15.8 among those 45 and older.
The number of U.ks. adults aged 12 and over who reported a current marijuana use disorder decreased from 20.7 in 2014 to 17.9 in 2016, the survey found.
The most common drug used by U. s. youth in 2016 was ecstasy, with more than half of U s. young people (51.2 percent) reporting using ecstasy.
More than half (51 percent) of the surveyed young people reported using marijuana.
The number of marijuana users was more than three times that of users of ecstasy.
The most common type of cannabis was marijuana (26.3 per cent), followed by hashish (15.5 per cent) and LSD (11.7 per cent).
The survey of young adults also found that cannabis use among younger people was less frequent than in older people, with 9 percent of those aged 16 to 19 reporting current marijuana users and 5.5% of those age 30 to 44.
However, a higher percentage of younger people reported current marijuana-using than older people.
Among those age 15 to 19, 9.7% reported current use, while 8.6% of 15 to 18-year-olds reported current cannabis use.
In contrast, 3.9% of adults aged 30 to 39 reported current pot-using, and 4.7 % of adults over 50.