Fifty-five percent of Georgians believe that “the use of marijuana for recreational use by adults” should be legalized.
Sixty percent of likely voters support legislation to legalize, regulate and tax marijuana sales to adults 21 and over.
Sixty-two percent of Maryland residents support the legalization of marijuana for recreational use.
Fifty-six percent of likely voters support legalizing marijuana for recreational purposes.
Sixty-one percent of voters say that "marijuana should be fully legalized and regulated like alcohol."
Fifty-nine percent of voters support “allowing adults in Connecticut to legally possess small amounts of marijuana for personal use.”
Sixty-two percent of voters say that they support allowing adults “to legally possess small amounts of marijuana for personal use,” and 63 percent also say that they support “erasing criminal records for marijuana possession.”
Fifty-three percent of Arizona voters, including 66 percent of Democrats and 62 percent of Independents, support the legalization of marijuana.
Fifty-three percent of voters believe that the adult use of marijuana should be legal.
Fifty-two percent of registered voters support legalizing the “sale and taxation of marijuana for personal use."
Sixty-three percent of adults are supportive of statewide legislation that would legalize, tax, and regulate adult marijuana use and retail sales.
Fifty-five percent of Georgia voters believe that recreational marijuana should be legalized.
Sixty-one percent of Michigan residents said they want to legalize marijuana, with 34 percent opposing legalization and only five percent remaining undecided.
Sixty-three percent of voters support "allowing adults to legally possess small amounts of marijuana for personal use."
Sixty-one percent of Texas residents are in favor of allowing the legal possession of small amounts of marijuana for personal use.
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