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Lifetime prevalence of cannabis use among all adults in surveys among the general population.[1][2] Unless another reference is indicated (see "Refs" column) all the data comes from the European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction.[1] The table is sortable. A sortable table is identified by the arrows in each of its header cells. Clicking them will cause the table rows to sort based on the selected column, in ascending order first, and subsequently toggling between ascending and descending order. For example; the countries can be sorted according to the percentage of lifetime cannabis use. To see the table ordered by highest percentage of use click the "Cannabis (%)" column header icon File:Sort none.gif twice. See also: Annual cannabis use by country.

Country Geographical area Year Age range all adults Cannabis (%) Refs
Template:Country flag2 National 2004 15-64 20.1
Template:Country data Belgium National 2004 15-64 13
Template:Country data Bulgaria National 2005 18-60 4.4
Template:Country data China Beijing and Shanghai metropolitan areas. 2002-3 18+ 0.3 [2]
Template:Country data Colombia All urban areas of the country (approximately 73% of the total national population). 2003 18-65 10.8 [2]
Template:Country data Cyprus National 2006 15-64 6.6
Template:Country data Czech Republic National 2004 18-64 20.6
Template:Country data Denmark National 2005 16-64 36.5
Template:Country data Finland National 2004 15-64 12.9
Template:Country data France National 2005 15-64 30.6
Template:Country data Germany National 2003 18-59 24.5
Template:Country data Greece National (except Aegean and Ionian Islands) 2004 15-64 8.9
Template:Country data Hungary National 2003 18-54 9.8
Template:Country data Ireland National 2002-3 15-64 17.4
Template:Country data Israel National 2002-4 21+ 11.5 [2]
Template:Country data Italy National 2005 15-64 29.3
Template:Country data Japan Four metropolitan areas (Fukiage, Kushikino, Nagasaki, Okayama). 2002-3 20+ 1.5 [2]
Template:Country data Latvia National 2003 15-64 10.6
Template:Country data Lebanon National 2002-3 18+ 4.6 [2]
Template:Country data Lithuania National 2004 15-64 7.6
Template:Country data Luxembourg National 1998 15-64 12.9
Template:Country data Malta National 2001 18-64 3.5
Template:Country data Mexico All urban areas of the country (approximately 75% of the total national population). 2001-2 18-65 7.8 [2]
Template:Country data Netherlands National 2005 15-64 22.6
Template:Country data New Zealand National 2004-5 16+ 41.9 [2]
Template:Country data Nigeria 21 of the 36 states in the country, representing 57% of the national population. 2002-3 18+ 2.7 [2]
Template:Country data Norway National 2004 15-64 16.2
Template:Country data Poland National 2002 16-64 7.7
Template:Country data Portugal National 2001 15-64 7.6
Template:Country data Romania National 2004 15-64 1.7
Template:Country data Slovakia National 2004 15-64 15.6
Template:Country data South Africa National 2003-4 18+ 8.4 [2]
Template:Country data Spain National 2005-6 15-64 28.6
Template:Country data Sweden National 2006 16-64 12.0
Template:Country flag2 England and Wales 2005-6 16-59 29.8
Template:Country flag2 Northern Ireland 2002-3 15-64 16.8
Template:Country flag2 Scotland 2004 16-64 20.5
Template:Country flag2 United Kingdom 2004 29.6
Template:Country data United States National 2002-3 18+ 42.4 [2]

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