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Medical Marijuana Polls

Utah: UtahPolicy.com/Dan Jones & Associates March 2018 Poll

Seventy-seven percent of Utah adults "strongly" or "somewhat" favor legalizing medical marijuana.

Fabrizio, Lee and Associates Spring 2018 Poll

Seventy-seven percent of likely 2018 voters hold a favorable opinion of medical marijuana, including 74 percent in key Senate states and 76 percent in competitive House districts. That total includes 68 percent of Republicans, 81 percent of independents and 84 percent of Democrats. Just 15 percent of likely voters have an unfavorable opinion of medical marijuana.

Iowa: 2018 Selzer and Company Poll

Seventy-eight percent of Iowans support the legalization of marijuana for medical purposes.

South Carolina: 2018 Mason Dixon Poll

Sixty-one percent of registered voters support legislation that would allow South Carolina doctors to recommend medical marijuana for specific conditions.

Quinnipiac Winter 2018 Poll

Ninety-one percent of voters nationwide support "allowing adults to legally use marijuana for medical purposes."

Georgia: 2017 Georgia College Poll

Seventy-eight percent of Georgians support the legalization of medical marijuana

Utah: The Salt Lake Tribune and the University of Utah’s Hinckley Institute of Politics

75 percent of Utah voters support legalizing marijuana use for people with serious medical conditions.

Utah: Dan Jones & Associates

Seventy-eight percent of voters support a statewide ballot initiative "that would legalize marijuana use for people with serious medical conditions."

Virginia: Quinnipiac University

Ninety-two percent of Virginia voters support allowing adults to use marijuana for medical use if a doctor authorizes it.

Iowa: Des Moines Register/Mediacom Iowa Poll

Eighty percent of Iowa adults believe that marijuana ought to be legalized for medical purposes 

Wyoming: Survey and Analysis Center and the UW

Support for medical marijuana (with a doctor’s prescription) increased from 74 percent in 2014 to 81 percent in 2016.

South Carolina: Winthrop Poll

Seventy-eight percent of South Carolina residents believe that “marijuana should be legalized for medical purposes.”

Florida: Public Policy Polling

Seventy percent of Florida voters say that they support the passage of Amendment 2.

Missouri: Public Policy Polling

Sixty-two percent of registered voters would vote yes on a ballot issue that would legalize marijuana for medical purposes.

Florida Decides Poll

Sixty-eight percent of likely voters say that they will vote this November in favor of Amendment 2, the Using Marijuana for Debilitating Conditions act. Only 18 percent of likely voters oppose the measure.