i hate the smell of weed

I hate the smell of weed

According to a survey published on Wednesday, most people would prefer never catching a whiff of weed, if they could help it.

The survey, conducted by PSB Research, Burson Cohen & Wolfe, Civilized, and BuzzFeed News, found that 51 percent of Americans believe the smell of marijuana is a problem. About 57 percent of Canadians felt the same way.

The survey’s results are somewhat surprising, considering 84 percent of Americans now want weed legalized, according to a Hill-HarrisX poll. In Canada, marijuana is already legal for all adults 21 years of age and older.

Respondents didn’t entirely agree on when and where the smell of weed becomes inappropriate. According to the survey, 28 percent of Americans felt smelling the skunk in public only posed a “minor problem,” whereas 23 percent felt it was a “major problem.” The other 49 percent thought cannabis funks weren’t an issue at all.

But how did tokers feel about smelling weed? According to BuzzFeed, only 10 percent felt it was a “major problem.” More seniors and conservatives, not surprisingly, reported taking offense to the scent of a joint than younger folks and liberals.

Another survey from the same organizations recently discovered that most stoners believe they’re safe drivers, too.

Now that you know most people don’t want to smell your bodacious bong rip, check out a few ways to hide it. Or, if you truly give zero fucks, complement that reefer reek with some cannabis-scented perfume.

A new survey found that half of Americans believe marijuana’s aroma is a growing problem. Even more Canadians loathe the eau de skunk.

Half Of Americans Think The Smell Of Weed In Public Is A Real Problem

Canadians hate it even more, according to a new major survey on cannabis.

Posted on April 24, 2019, at 1:50 p.m. ET

Just over half of Americans think the smell of weed in public has become a problem, and nearly a quarter of the country say they sincerely “hate” the stench while they’re out, according to a major new survey conducted by PSB Research, Civilized, Burson Cohn & Wolfe, and BuzzFeed News.

Attitudes in Canada, which legalized cannabis nationwide last fall, are even more severe, where three in five people think the smell of weed in pubic is a problem and nearly half report disliking or even hating it.

The survey conducted this spring reveals that even while most people in both countries support legalization, they don’t necessarily want it in their face.

Eighty-four percent of Americans reported favoring legalization for medical or recreational purposes, and 60% of Americans support making it legal for tax and sales, like alcohol. But as marijuana use increases (27% of Americans say they imbibe) and now 10 states have legalized the drug, people say they don’t want to smell it.

When asked how big of a problem the smell is in public, such as when walking down the sidewalk, 23% of Americans said it was a major problem and 28% called it a minor problem. Twenty-eight percent also said it was “not really a problem” and another 21% said it was “not a problem at all.”

Among current cannabis consumers in the US, one-third of them said it is a problem — though only 10% called it a major problem. In contrast, 27% of nonconsumers called the smell a major problem and another 29% called it a minor problem. Conservatives and adults over 55 years old tended to be more put off than liberals and younger adults.

Twenty-three percent of Americans affirmed “I hate when I smell cannabis in public,” and another 18% said they don’t enjoy it — that contrasts with 18% who said they do like the smell in public. Forty-one percent said they don’t notice or don’t care.

In Canada, 57% said they dislike or hate the smell in public and a full 60% called it a major or minor problem.

Methodology: PSB, in partnership with Civilized, Burson Cohn & Wolfe (BCW), and BuzzFeed News, conducted online interviews with 1,000 US adults (age 21+) and 602 Canadian adults (age 19+) to explore views on cannabis and to determine general habits and behaviors of cannabis consumers and nonconsumers. Oversamples were conducted to reach a higher number of cannabis consumers (yielding 471 total consumers in the US and 371 total consumers in Canada). Interviews were conducted between March 12 and March 21, 2019.

Canadians hate it even more, according to a new major survey on cannabis.