Poll: 69% of Florida Voters Support Initiative to Legalize Medical Cannabis

New polling conducted by the Anzalone Liszt Grove Research group has found that 69% of Florida voters favor Amendment 2, an initiative to legalize medical cannabisamendment2 which will be voted on November 4th. The poll found only 28% of voters in the state to be opposed to the initiative, which is a constitutional amendment, meaning it requires 60% of the vote to be passed into law.

“If you look at the poll numbers since the beginning of last year they are virtually unchanged, and they reassert what we’ve consistently said: Floridians overwhelmingly support medical marijuana,” said Ben Pollara, Campaign Manager for United for Care, the group behind Amendment 2. “Keeping medical decisions in the hands of doctors – not politicians – is simply not a controversial position for the vast majority of Floridians, and that has not changed over the last twenty-one months.”

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New Poll Finds 82% in Florida Support Medical Cannabis Legalization

A new poll conducted by the Quinnipiac University Polling Institute has found that a huge majority of Floridians are in support of medical cannabis legalization.

According to the poll,medcan 82% of Florida residents favor the legalization of cannabis for medicinal purposes (including 70% of Republicans), with just 16% opposed to such a move. These numbers are exciting and promising, especially as the group United for Care continues to work on putting a medical cannabis initiative on next year’s ballot; the group has collected over 200,000 signatures thus far.

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New Poll: 26% of Americans Would Purchase Cannabis if it Were Legal

A new HuffPost/YouGov poll has found that more than 1 out of 4 Americans would purchase cannabis if it were legal, compared to just 10% who say that they currently purchase cannabis. The poll surveyed 1,000 participants selected to matched the demographics of the adult U.S. populationjarOcannabis, taking into consideration age, race, gender, education, employment, income, marital status, number of children, voter registration and religion.

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Over 70% In Oklahoma Support Medical Cannabis Legalization, According to New Polling

According to new polling conducted by the Sooner Poll, and commissioned by Oklahoma NORML, an overwhelming number of Oklahoma residents support the legalization of medical cannabis. 71% are in favor of such a move.oklahoma

The poll also found that 56% of those in Oklahoma support the decriminalization of cannabis, reducing the penalty from a criminal offense, to a simple ticket.

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