The Big Map of Where We Know Americans Support Marijuana Legalization

By: Friday November 7, 2014 10:34 am

With the recent success of marijuana legalization initiatives in Washington D.C., Oregon, and Alaska it is time to update the map showing which states have a majority of Americans supporting legalization. The states in dark green have already voted for legalization initiatives. In the medium green states non-partisan polling found majority support for legalization. Finally, [...]

Gallup Continues to Show Majority Support for Marijuana Legalization

By: Friday November 7, 2014 7:26 am

This new Gallup poll still shows a majority of Americans think marijuana should be legal but it has garnered a lot of attention for indicating a noticeable drop since their poll last year. From Gallup: There are only two explanations for the huge jump in support for marijuana legalization in their 2013 poll and the [...]

Final Polls Say Medical Marijuana Amendment in Florida Might Come Just Short

By: Monday November 3, 2014 5:58 am

The final set of polls in Florida indicate the medical marijuana measure might fail. All show Amendment 2, Use of Marijuana for Certain Medical Conditions, probably won’t get enough support to be approved. While the measure will likely be supported by a majority of voters, under Florida law any amendment on the ballot needs get [...]

Poll Shows Legalization Initiative on Path to Victory in D.C.

By: Wednesday October 29, 2014 11:17 am

All signs indicate the people of D.C. will vote in favor of legalizing marijuana next week. A new survey by Public Policy Polling for Washington City Paper and the Kojo Nnamdi Show found Initiative 71 leading with 52 percent of likely voters planning to vote for it and only 35 percent planning to vote against it. [...]

Which Pot Poll to Believe in Oregon?

By: Wednesday October 29, 2014 7:17 am

We have two recent polls on the marijuana ballot initiative in Oregon, Measure 91, and they diverge significantly from each other. One poll came out yesterday. It was conducted by Elway Research for The Oregonian and KGW.  It found the measure losing, with 44 percent of likely voters planning to vote yes and 46 percent [...]

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