A new nationwide study commissioned by SICPA and conducted online by The Harris Poll of over 2,000 U.S. adults explores the consumer confusion that exists around cannabis product safety and quality standards. Consumers incorrectly assume the basic protections are there for cannabis as they exist for food, pharma, personal care, and other products.
Read more about the national poll: SICPA/Harris Poll Survey Results Press Release
Percentage who think cannabis products are grown and produced using consistent product safety standards (regardless of which state they are legally purchased in).
Percentage who think the federal government should allow more research to be conducted on the medicinal and therapeutic value of cannabis for patients with chronic pain or debilitating diseases, such as cancer and epilepsy.
Percentage who think no matter where they are located, the businesses licensed to grow and produce cannabis products must meet consistent environmental standards.
Percentage who agrees on decriminalizing cannabis, whereby the drug is still illegal, but the legal system will no longer prosecute or criminalize a person for possessing a small amount of cannabis.
Percentage who believe cannabis employers are held to the same health and safety standards for their workers as every other industry.
Percentage who supports the legalization of cannabis at the national level.
Percentage who supports the federal government setting standards for environmental protections that must be met by the U.S. cannabis industry in the U.S.
Percentage who supports the federal government setting standards for product safety and quality that must be met for any cannabis products produced or sold in the U.S.
Providing tools to enable help operators and regulators protect, differentiate and verify their products as legitimate. These tools are all essential to developing a viable, secure, and safe cannabis market that will lead to sustained participation in the industry and will be key to long-term economic vitality.