420 with CNW – Pew Poll Finds Increased Support for Marijuana Legalization
On Thursday, Pew Research Center released the 2019 polling results on support for marijuana legalization which showed an increase with more than two-thirds of Americans backing the policy. The survey was conducted through phone interviews from September 3-15. It involved 9,900 respondents, of whom 67 percent said that cannabis should be legal. This is 5 percent higher than the 2018 Pew survey findings on marijuana legalization support. Pew Research Center’s 2019 poll results closely reflect survey findings released last month by Gallup, which showed that 66 percent of Americans are in favor of marijuana legalization. In their survey questions, Pew had a new question that had multiple policy options from which the respondents could choose their answer. The new question results showed that 91 percent of Americans support the legalization of either medical or adult-use marijuana. The legalization of both medical and recreational marijuana was backed by 59 percent, while 32 percent support legalization for medical cannabis only. And only 8 percent said that marijuana should stay illegal. According to Pew, non-supporters of marijuana legalization said that the new question findings were notable. They also said that when people are presented with more policy options to choose from, the likelihood…
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