The Global Drug Survey (GDS) is an annual study administered in 10 languages that explores drug use by participant's primary drug use in the previous 12 months and detects new drugs trends. GDS provides a unique insight into personal decision-making about alcohol and other drug use.
Data in the 2020 report is from over 110,000 people from more than 25 countries (including Australia). 66% were male, 52% were aged under 25 years with 22% of the sample aged 35 years or older. 87% of the sample identified as 'white'. 38% had at least an undergraduate degree as their highest level of educational attainment.
Access the Executive Summary document - GDS 2020 Key Findings Report