Large Majority of Likely Utah Voters Support Legalizing Medical Cannabis

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seattletimesphotoOver 60% of likely voters in one of the most conservative states in the U.S. – Utah – are in support of legalizing medical cannabis, according to a new UtahPolicy poll.

According to the poll, 63% of likely Utah voters favor the legalization of cannabis for medical use, with 35% opposed; just 2% remain undecided, indicating that pretty much everyone in the state has made up their mind on the issue.

Surprisingly, 50% of those who say they are “very active” members of the LDS (Mormon) Church say they favor legalizing medical cannabis, with 47% opposed; this is despite most church leaders calling for church goers to oppose such a change.

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Poll: Strong Majority of Utah Residents Support Legalizing Medical Cannabis

utahThe vast majority of those living in Utah support the move to legalize the medical use of cannabis, according to a new poll commissioned by UtahPolicy and conducted by Dan Jones & Associates.

According to the poll, 66% of those in Utah support legalizing medical cannabis – given it’s prescribed by a doctor – with just 28% opposed to the move. 5% of those in Utah have either no opinion on the issue, or have yet to make up their mind about whether or not they support allowing cannabis to be used medicinally.

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