Psychosis link to high potency drug must be investigated, warn mental health chiefs
One in 20 adults would take cannabis on a regular basis if it were legalised, similar to the number of people who currently use it, according to a poll for a leading mental health charity.
A YouGov poll conducted for Rethink Mental Illness found that 5% of all UK adults would take cannabis at least once a month or more if it were legal. This increases to nearly 10% for people aged between 25 and 44. In total around 2.7 million UK adults would use the drug regularly.