Overwhelming Support for Change to New York City’s Racist Marijuana Policy

By: Wednesday November 19, 2014 6:17 am

Ending the racist and often illegal way the New York City police have abused the marijuana possession laws enjoys overwhelming support. According to Quinnipiac polling, 71 percent of New York City voters support “Mayor de Blasio’s decision to decriminalize possession of small amounts of marijuana, so that people found to be carrying small amounts of [...]

Support for Marijuana Legalization Grows 55 Percent in Florida

By: Monday July 28, 2014 7:19 am

A clear majority of voters in Florida want marijuana use to be legalized. A new Quinnipiac poll found 55 percent of voters in the state support making it legal for adults to possess small amounts of marijuana for personal use. Only 41 percent of voters oppose this change. Support for legalizing marijuana has been growing [...]

Connecticut Is Latest State Where a Majority Back Marijuana Legalization

By: Monday May 12, 2014 7:31 am

The number of states where a majority now support ending marijuana prohibition continues to grow almost by the week. The latest addition to the list is Connecticut. A new Quinnipiac poll found that 52 percent of Connecticut voters support allowing adults to possess small amounts of marijuana for personal use. Only 45 percent of voters [...]

Majority in Florida Backs Marijuana Legalization

By: Monday May 5, 2014 7:25 am

For the first time in their polling Quinnipiac found a majority of voters in Florida think marijuana should be legal. Among registered voters in Florida, 53 percent support making it legal for adults to possess small amounts of marijuana for personal use while only 42 percent oppose legalization.

Majority of Coloradans Think Marijuana Legalization Has Been Good for the State

By: Monday April 28, 2014 7:14 am

Now that recreational marijuana has been on sale for four months in Colorado a majority of voters think legalization has been good for the state. According to a new Quinnipiac poll, only 38 percent think legalization has been bad for the state while 52 percent believe it has been good for Colorado.


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