Seventy-eight percent of Iowans support the legalization of marijuana for medical purposes.
Sixty-one percent of registered voters support legislation that would allow South Carolina doctors to recommend medical marijuana for specific conditions.
Ninety-one percent of voters nationwide support "allowing adults to legally use marijuana for medical purposes."
Seventy-eight percent of Georgians support the legalization of medical marijuana
75 percent of Utah voters support legalizing marijuana use for people with serious medical conditions.
Seventy-eight percent of voters support a statewide ballot initiative "that would legalize marijuana use for people with serious medical conditions."
Ninety-two percent of Virginia voters support allowing adults to use marijuana for medical use if a doctor authorizes it.
Eighty percent of Iowa adults believe that marijuana ought to be legalized for medical purposes
Support for medical marijuana (with a doctor’s prescription) increased from 74 percent in 2014 to 81 percent in 2016.
Seventy-eight percent of South Carolina residents believe that “marijuana should be legalized for medical purposes.”
Seventy percent of Florida voters say that they support the passage of Amendment 2.
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