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Marijuana legalization is always a hot-button issue in American politics. Some states have legalized it while voters in other states are still struggling to determine where they stand on the issue.

But, the U.S. isn’t the only place with an affinity for weed. It isn’t even the country with the highest reported marijuana use.

HealthGrove used data from the United Nations’ Office on Drugs and Crime to map out reported use of cannabis for every country in the last year. The site then ranked the list from least to most reported usage.

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Iceland topped the list with 18.3% of its residents reporting to have used the drug.

Find out what other countries made the list.

Yolanda R. Arrington is a content editor for Rare. Tweet her @iamyolanda and like her on Facebook.
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