In the Seattle-Tacoma, Portland, and San Francisco metro areas, more adults 18-and-older have used cannabis in the last 30 days than cigarettes, according to Nielsen data outlined by the Seattle Times.
In Portland, 20 percent of adults used cannabis over the 30 days compared to 19 percent who smoked cigarettes; those comparisons are 17 to 16 percent in Seattle and 16 percent to 13 percent in San Francisco.
In Denver, meanwhile, 19 percent said they had smoked cigarettes over the last 30 days, compared to 18 percent who had consumed cannabis. In Las Vegas, 23 percent said they had smoked cigarettes over the last 30 days, while 18 percent said they had used cannabis.
The American Lung Association told the Mercury Times that all types of smoke are “harmful to lung health.”
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