Annex 1: 2014/15 data tables
The following tables provide data for some of the key measures of illicit drugs use. Notes on how to read and interpret these tables are given below Notes: The classification of drugs used in this report is detailed in section 1.5.
- The definition of time periods shown are:
Ever: at any time in an individual's life
In the last year: in the 12 months prior to interview
In the last month: in the month prior to interview
- Base figures are shown in the bottom row of Annex 1 tables. Class refers to the legal classification of drugs. Composite drug groups include:
Any stimulants: cocaine, crack, crystal meth, ecstasy, amphetamines and poppers
Any opiates: heroin and methadone/ physeptone
Any psychedelics: LSD, magic mushrooms and ketamine
Any downers / tranquilisers: temazepam and valium
Any new drugs: nitrous oxide and salvia divinorum
- Table abbreviations:
'-' indicates that no respondents gave an answer in the category
'n/a' indicates that the SCJS question was not applicable or not asked in that particular year.
'0.0' indicates an answer of less than 0.05%
'#' indicates that base is < 50
- Changes to classification will have affected some of the estimates presented in the annex tables. Please see section 1.4.1 for more details.