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Some seven per cent had tried LSD, five per cent nitrous oxide and three per cent ketamine.
The actual level of drug-taking could be higher as previous surveys have suggested people play down their personal use.
Backing for the proposal is highest in Scotland (58 per cent) and London (54 per cent) and lowest in the North-east (37 per cent).
Four out of 10 people (41 per cent) who voted Conservative at last year’s general election back licensed sales of cannabis, only just below the level of support among Labour, Liberal Democrat and Ukip voters.
"In broadcast TV, people start to kiss and then you cut and go to commercial. It's about what story is being pushed forward by the sexual act." In other words, by paying close attention to the characters' positioning, the actors faces and energy and body language and you'll dig deeper into the narrative.
Ironically it's Omari Hardwick, who's frequently treating viewers to the sight of his Michelangelo-worthy backside, who winces at the sex scenes.
Some 47 per cent of people back the idea, while 39 per cent oppose it and 14 per cent are “don’t knows”, according to the survey of 2,000 people by polling company ORB.He laughs and flashes that 50 Cent Cheshire grin, jokingly calling the moment his sex tape. First it was supposed to be darker [after footage was edited.] You couldn't see it on the screen. When you put it on the screen, you can see it.' I don't care." His co-stars, including Lela Loren and, of course, Omari Hardwick, are naked frequently, he noted - a fact you'd be hard pressed to miss after watching even a few episodes of stars are naked a LOT.But while Omari Hardwick and Lela's buff bodies probably aren't making people change the channel, the cast isn't just naked for being naked's sake.ORB found that men (53 per cent) are more likely to back licensed sales of cannabis than women (41 per cent).Support is higher among the top AB social class (50 per cent), declining down the scale to 44 per cent among the bottom DE group.