Cannabis data and analytics company Headset predicts that U.S. cannabis sales will eclipse $28 billion next year. According to the firm, which this week announced the launch of a comprehensive long-term forecast for the U.S. and Canadian markets, U.S. cannabis sales are expected to grow around 24% in each of the next two years.
Legal U.S. cannabis sales grew 46% in 2020, according to a new report. Colorado-based cannabis research firm BDSA announced Tuesday that U.S. marijuana sales eclipsed $17.5 billion, up from $12.1 billion in 2019. Worldwide, cannabis sales grew 48%, to nearly $21.3 billion.
Eaze, and online cannabis marketplace, recently published its 2020 “State of Cannabis” report highlighting trends and insights from the country’s largest marijuana market: California. According to the company, 400,000 Californians purchased a cannabis product via the Eaze platform in 2020, many of them for the first time as coronavirus-induced shutdown orders forced customers online.
Nearly 70% of Americans support federal cannabis legalization, according to a new Gallup poll. On Monday, the analytics and polling shared the results of its annual crime survey, which was conducted between September 30, 2020 and October 15, 2020. In telephone interviews with 1,035 adults (18+), Gallup found that 68% of Americans were in favor of legalizing cannabis.
Illinois cannabis dispensaries continued to break records in September, as adult-use sales increased 5.7% to more than $67.64 million. The Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation (IDFPR) reported Monday that recreational marijuana sales grew to an all-time high for the fifth month in row.
Sales of adult-use cannabis in Illinois have surpassed $300 million through the first seven months of the year, the state’s Department of Financial and Professional Regulation (IDFPR) reported Monday. July marked yet another record-breaking month for recreational cannabis sales in Illinois, as adult-use dispensaries moved more than 1.2 million products and hauled in nearly $61 million.
Sales of adult-use cannabis in Illinois hit a new record high last month, as recreational marijuana dispensaries sold more than $47.6 million worth of legal products – a 7.5% uptick versus the previous month. According to the IDFPR, which tracks sales at licensed adult-use shops, nearly $240 million worth of recreational cannabis has been sold in Illinois through the first half of 2020.
Sales of adult-use cannabis in Illinois hit a record high in May as the state’s recreational shops sold $44.3 million worth of legal marijuana products, state officials reported last week. According to the most recent data from the IDFPR, which oversees dispensary licensing and tracks sales, in-state residents purchased more than $34 worth of cannabis last month.
Global cannabis sales are expected to reach $47 billion by 2025, according to analysts at BDSA (formerly BDS Analytics) and Arcview Market Research. According to the firms, the global cannabis industry generated an estimated $14.8 billion in 2019, up a record 46% from 2018. The firms had previously predicted that sales would reach $14.9 billion in 2019.
A new group of polls indicates that Americans are increasingly in favor of legalizing cannabis. A Marist Poll recently found that 62% of adults believe federal marijuana legalization is a “good idea.” Meanwhile, a new Fox News survey of 1,000 registered voters also found that 63% favored the national legalization of cannabis for recreational use.
The global cannabis market is poised to be worth $41 billion by 2024, BDS Analytics shared during the 2019 Cannabis World Congress & Business Exposition in Boston. However, Brightfield Group has a slightly more modest outlook. The Chicago-based firm estimates that U.S. cannabis sales will reach $23 billion 2023.