According to the poll, conducted by Floyd Institute’s Center for Opinion Research at Franklin & Marshall College, 87% of Pennsylvania voters support legalizing cannabis for medical purposes. Among those 87%, 67% “strongly favor” medical cannabis legalization, an 8% increase since June, 2014. The survey found only 10% to be opposed to the move, with the remaining 3% undecided.
A new Franklin & Marshall College poll released today has found that 84% of Pennsylvania voters favor the legalization of medical cannabis, with just 12% opposed to the move. The poll, which was prepared by the Center for Opinion Research, Floyd Institute for Public Policy and Franklin & Marshal College, comes just days after Pennsylvania’s Senate Law and Justice Committee voted unanimously to approve a bill to legalize medical cannabis.
According to the poll, only 8% of the 12% opposed “strongly oppose” the legalization of medical cannabis. The remaining 4% “somewhat oppose” the move. Of those in support, 59% “strongly support” medical cannabis legalization, and 25% “somewhat support” it.