In a survey conducted by our partners at PSB, we questioned parents from Canada and the U.S. who both consume and don’t consume marijuana. In Canada, 59% of parent consumers think things have gotten better in the last five years, while 47% of non-consumers say the same. Of these consumers and non-consumers, the majority of both (64% and 65%) approve Prime Minister Trudeau’s performance. In the U.S., 62% of parent consumers approve Donald Trump’s performance while non-consumers approve his performance at a lower rate of 45%. Another difference between consumers and non-consumers is how they relieve stress. Parent consumers are more likely to write in a journal, drink alcohol, consume tobacco, vacation, or exercise to relieve stress.