Marijuana Legalization Measures Will Drive Voters, Poll Finds
By Annie Linskey
Photographer: David Paul Morris/Bloomberg
A majority of Americans favor legalizing marijuana and would be motivated to vote if a measure to do so is on the ballot, according to a George Washington University Battleground poll released today.
The survey of 1,000 likely voters found 73 percent support allowing marijuana for legal medical purposes, 53 percent favor decriminalization and 68 percent are “more likely” to go to their polling place to weigh in on a ballot.
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