Poll: Majority of Michigan Voters Support Legalizing Cannabis

A new poll conductedmichigan by the polling firm EPIC-MRA has found that a majority of voters in Michigan would vote to legalize recreational cannabis if given the chance.

According to the survey, 50% of Michigan voters support legalizing cannabis, with 46% opposed; the remaining 4% are undecided.

The results mark a 3% increase in approval for cannabis legalization since the last time the firm posed the question; in September, 2013, support was shown to be at 47%.

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New Poll: 66% in Michigan Support Decriminalizing or Legalizing Cannabis

A new poll conducted by the research institute EPIC MRA has found that a strong majority in Michigan support reforming their state’s cannabis policies, with only 1 in 4 supporting the retention of current laws.marijuana2008

According to the results of the poll, 66% of those in Michigan are in favor of either legalizing cannabis, decriminalizing cannabis, or repealing cannabis prohibition in its entirety. Only 26% of respondents stated that they support retaining the current laws surround cannabis, a 19% drop from when the poll was last taken in 2010.

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