Top Ten: Marijuana Use in the States

The top 10 for monthly use are, in order: Colorado, Vermont, Washington, Rhode Island, Maine, D.C., Oregon, Alaska, Massachusetts and New Hampshire

By Jon Gettman of HighTimes

The top 10 jurisdictions with the greatest prevalence of annual marijuana use are, in order: D.C., Colorado, Vermont, Alaska, Maine, Oregon, Rhode Island, Washington, Massachusetts and New Hampshire. The top 10 for monthly use are, in order: Colorado, Vermont, Washington, Rhode Island, Maine, D.C., Oregon, Alaska, Massachusetts and New Hampshire.

The six states with the lowest prevalence of annual use (ranging from 9.99 percent to 8.87 percent) are Alabama, Utah, Iowa, Texas, Mississippi and South Dakota. The nine states with the lowest monthly use (ranging from 5.92 percent to 4.75 percent) are Texas, Mississippi, North Dakota, Alabama, Utah, Tennessee, Iowa and South Dakota.

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