A new Corporate Research Associates survey shows that 20-percent of New Brunswickers will either definitely or probably buy legal pot at least every once in a while.
Meantime, the results from the CRA say that 79-percent of residents do not plan to purchase marijuana.
It’s a similar story Newfoundland and Labrador the number is 23-percent, 19-percent in Nova Scotia, and 15-percent in Prince Edward Island.
In New Brunswick, the likelihood that residents between the ages of 18 and 34 will buy legal pot is over double that of older residents.
The federal government plans to legalize marijuana by July of 2018.