Whether we want to admit it or not, everyone has developed stereotypes for people living in different states in America. We can bet that when you think of Californians, you picture a blonde haired guy carrying a surfboard. Texans? How about a cowboy looking fella driving a pickup truck and carrying an America flag? But, when you think of all the states that have legalized marijuana, do you think everyone living there has become a stoner? It’s no surprise that some US states have a higher percentage of weed users than others. Read below to find out which state smokes the most weed and where your state ranks on the top 12 list!
Which State Smokes The Most Weed?
- Colorado 21.6% total users 909,000
- Oregon 19.9% Total users 646,000
- Vermont 19.8% total users 108,000
- Alaska 19.5% Total Users 114,000
- Washington 19.5% Total users 170,000
- Maine 19.4% Total users 224,000
- Rhode Island 18.7% total users 170,000
- Massachusetts 17.6% total users 989,000
- New Hampshire 16.3% Total users: 194,000
- New Mexico 15.6% total users: 267,000
- Michigan 15.6% Total users: 1,304,000
- California 14.9% Total users: 4,633,00
In Colorado, there are over 509 recreational dispensaries and over 700 recreational cultivation sites. To put that into perspective, there are only 107 Walmart retail stores in the state. That means for every one Walmart, there are five recreational dispensaries. No wonder this state has the highest percentage of smokers!
Does California smoke the most weed?
California is known throughout the world as a cannabis friendly area, but you might be surprised to learn that they don’t have the highest cannabis usage. As you can see, California does have the highest amount of people who smoke weed, but because of the states huge population, they only accounted for 14.9%.
Were you surprised to find out which state smokes the most weed? Where did your state rank on the list? We’re curious to find out, so leave a comment below!
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