Only 12% of Voters in Pennsylvania Oppose Medical Cannabis Legalization

A new Franklin & Marshall College poll released today has found that 84% of Pennsylvania voters favor the legalization of medical cannabis, witjulyh 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.

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New Quinnipiac University Poll: 83% of New York Voters Favor Legalizing Medical Cannabis

A Quinnipiac University poll released today has found that a vast majority of New York voters favor the legalization of medical cannabis. In all,normlbud 83% were found to be in support of the move, with just 15% opposed. A majority of New York voters – 51% to 44% – are also in support of legalizing recreational cannabis.

Medical cannabis legalization is favored by all political parties in New York, including 74% of Republican.

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New Poll: 90% of Connecticut Voters Support Legal Medical Cannabis

Quinnipiac University poll released today has found that a drastic majority of Connecticut voters support the legalization of medical cannabis. In fact, the poll found wikipediabudConnecticut to have the highest support for medical cannabis legalization ever recorded in the U.S. by a professionally conducted poll.

According to the poll, 90% of voters in Connecticut support making medical cannabis legal, with just 9% opposed. Among voters aged 18 to 29, a mind-boggling 99% support the move towards legal medical cannabis.

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New Poll: 54% of Americans Support Legalizing Cannabis, 75% Believe it to be Inevitable

A survey released today by the Pew Research Center has found that regardless of their personal views on the matter, 75% of those in the United Stateslegalizemeyo believe cannabis legalization to be inevitable. According to the survey, 54% of Americans support the move to legalize cannabis.

According to results of the poll, 67% of those in America support treatment over incarceration for the use of hard drugs such as cocaine and heroin. 76% favor less penalties than are currently applied.

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Latest Poll Shows Initiative to Legalize Cannabis in Alaska Winning This August

Alaska’s Annual Caucus Statewide Issues Poll, releasedvotd! by the state’s House of Representatives, has found that 52% of voters plan to vote in favor of legalizing recreational cannabis this August.

The question was asked; “One ballot measure would legalize the recreational use of marijuana in Alaska. It would also set terms for the regulation, taxation, and sale of marijuana. Please tell me, if the election were held today, would you most likely vote yes to support legalizing marijuana for recreational use, or no to oppose legalizing marijuana for recreational use?”

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New Poll: 84% of Virginia Voters Favor Legalizing Medical Cannabis

A new Quinnipiac University poll has found that a strong majority of voters in Virginia support the legalization of cannabis for medical purposes.medcan

According to the poll, 84% of Virginia voters back the legalization of medical cannabis, with just 13% opposed.

Support for medical cannabis was strong among all political parties and age groups, with 75% of Republicans and 81% of those 65 and older favoring the move towards legalization. Support among Democrats was the highest, with 92% supporting medical cannabis legalization to just 6% opposed.

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New National Survey: 69% of Voters More Likely to Vote if Cannabis Legalization is on the Ballot

Results of the newest George Washington University Battleground Poll, released this week, have found voters are much more likely to turn out at the polls if cannabis legalization is on the ballot.voters

From March 16th to March 20th, pollsters surveyed 1,000 registered, likely voters across the U.S. from every demographic. Participants were asked a variety of questions, including whether they support legalizing medical cannabis in their state, whether they would support the decriminalization of cannabis possession in their state, and if they would be more likely to vote in an election if a cannabis legalization initiative was on the ballot.

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Support for Legalization in Colorado Up Since Start of Recreational Cannabis Sales

New polling conducted by Public Policy Polling has found that support for cannabis legalization is on the raise in Colorado over a year after voters approved Amendment 64, and less than 3 months after the start of recreational coloradocannabis sales.

According to the poll, 57% of those in the state support cannabis legalization, with just 35% opposed; 54% voted in favor of Amendment 64.

In December – a month before the start of recreational cannabis sales in Colorado – Public Policy Polling found support for cannabis legalization to be at 53%, indicating that support has risen 4% in the past few months.

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New Poll: 74% of Registered Voters in Florida Support Initiative to Legalize Medical Cannabis

A new Universityflorida of North Florida poll released yesterday asked registered voters whether they would vote in favor of Proposition 2, Florida’s initiative to legalize medical cannabis which is on this November’s ballot; 74% said “Yes”, with just 22% responding “No.”

Specifically, the question was:

Proposition 2 on the statewide ballot in the fall of 2014 is called “Use of Marijuana for Certain Medical Conditions.” This amendment allows the medical use of marijuana for individuals with debilitating diseases as determined by a licensed Florida physician. If the election were held today, would you vote Yes or No for this proposition?

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81% in Iowa Support Legalizing Medical Cannabis, New Poll Finds

A Quinnipiac University poll released today has found that an overwhelming majority of those in Iowa support legalizing medical cannabisiowabud, 81% to 17%, including 68% of all age groups and political parties.

According to the poll, Democrats support legalizing cannabis for medical purposes at a rate of 89% to 10% Independents support is at 82% to 15%. Republican support was at 68%, compared to 29% who are opposed.

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