Would they come for more if it did not suit them (i.e. demand)?

Demand means need. A product fills a need. Suppose I love drinks and I had never drank a Mohito. After I drink it for the first time, two things will happen:

a) It will fill my drinking needs so I will drink more of it.

b) It will not, so I will continue drinking Vodka.

In both cases, there is my underlying need (demand) for booze.

If

**I** was interested to disprove my claim, I 'd take X years of statistics before the legalization and X after and compare averages. Then I 'd consider if the numbers can give me a strong indication regarding the argument. But it 's your quest for the truth

You are debating my point. If it was somehow obviously wrong you would not need to look up statistics, so the burden is on you

I 've taught Statistics in University level, so I 'm quite sure I can evaluate the methodology of any given paper.

And here you going misusing statistics.

The above is meaningless to the conversation unless you provide the percentage of crime (some correlation on volume) that is caused by Marijuana illegality.

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