Poll: 64% of Respondents to Replace Alcohol with Cannabis During Holidays

A recent Glass House Group survey found that a majority of respondents plan on replacing their alcohol consumption with cannabis this holiday season.

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A Glass House Group survey published last week found 64.2% of respondents planned to replace their alcohol consumption with cannabis this holiday season, with 19.3% “unsure.” A minority of those polled – 16.5% – said they would not be replacing alcohol with cannabis over the holidays.

Kyle Kazan, Glass House co-founder, chairman and CEO, said the poll results represent a “paradigm shift … that cannabis is becoming a mainstream choice for consumers.”

“With health and wellness top of mind during the ongoing pandemic, it’s also not shocking that more consumers plan to replace alcohol consumption with cannabis this year.” – Kazan in a press release

The majority of respondents (52.6%) indicated they planned on giving cannabis or cannabis-related products as gifts this holiday season, with flower as the most popular planned cannabis gift (65.8%), followed by edibles (61.3%), pre-rolls (54.7%), CBD products (32.4%), concentrates (20.1%), and tinctures (15%). Respondents said flower was also the top choice for the gift they would like to receive this year (69.3%), followed by edibles (56.4%), pre-rolls (51.3%), vapes (33.2%), and CBD products (25.4%).

The majority of those polled (71.2%) said they planned to give cannabis-related gifts to friends, with 65.2% planning to gift cannabis to family, and 40.8% who said they would gift cannabis to a significant other.

Most cannabis consumers polled said they would use cannabis during the holiday season to manage stress (53.4%), with 45.6% saying they would use cannabis to celebrate the season. Another 50.3% said they would use cannabis to relieve pain, and 43.3% for enhancing creativity.

Sixty-four percent of those polled said they would be using cannabis over the holidays to get a better night’s sleep, while 63.7% for general wellness, and 57.2% recreationally.

The survey included 637 respondents, 95.1% of which indicated they are regular cannabis consumers with 96.7% of those saying they planned to use cannabis or a cannabis-derived product during the holiday season.

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