This table shows the extent of the use of various drugs in New Zealand on the basis of a 2007/8 survey of 6,500 New Zealanders aged 16–64. Compared with overseas patterns there is a high use of party pills, ecstasy and amphetamines, but a comparatively low use of opiates and cocaine.
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