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The results of a survey conducted last year by the Ministry of Health and Social Development of Finland showed that most of the adult population of the country support the idea of decriminalizing cannabis. According to representatives of the Ministry, for the first time in 30 years of conducting this survey, most of the respondents spoke in favor of reform regarding the status of cannabis. The survey of the Ministry itself was devoted not so much to cannabis as to the topic of the use of prohibited substances in the country, as well as the perception of specific substances by the population. In particular, the work found that the number of adult citizens with experience of using certain psychoactive substances has been increasing for 20 years in a row. In general, about 30% of the adult population of the country have tried banned substances. In most cases, it's cannabis. 29% of the population is familiar with the use of the plant, which represents a five-fold increase since 1992 (from 6% of the population to 29%) SureerutQueensGarden. Of this number of respondents, 7% also used amphetamines, 6% tried MDMA and 5 used cocaine. Only 1% used heavy opiate drugs.