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State Polls

Texas: April 2018 Quinnipiac University Poll

Sixty-one percent of Texas residents are in favor of allowing the legal possession of small amounts of marijuana for personal use.

New Jersey: April 2018 Monmouth University Poll

Fifty-nine percent of New Jersey residents support "legalizing the possession of small amounts of marijuana for personal use" and 60 percent believe that "legalizing marijuana in New Jersey would help the state's economy."

New York: April 2018 Siena State College Research Institute Poll

Fifty-two percent of registered voters support legalizing the recreational use of marijuana.

Tennessee: Middle Tennessee State University Poll

Eighty-one percent of Tennessee voters polled support legalization to some extent. Thirty-seven percent of respondents support legalizing adult-use marijuana and 44 percent supporting legalizing marijuana specifically for medicinal purposes. Only 16 percent of respondents are in favor of maintaining prohibition. 

New Jersey: Quinnipiac University Poll (March 2018)

Voters support 59 - 37 percent allowing adults to legally possess small amounts of marijuana for personal use.

Illinois: Paul Simon Public Policy Institute Poll (March 2018)

Sixty-six percent of voters support "the legalization of recreational marijuana if it is taxed and regulated like alcohol."

Michigan: EPIC-MRA March 2018 Poll

Sixty-one percent of voters support a ballot proposal to "make the possession and cultivation of limited amounts marijuana legal in the State of Michigan for adults age 21 or older."

New Hampshire: UNH Granite State Poll (February 2018)

Fifty-six percent of respondents support pending legislation eliminating criminal and civil penalties for the possession and/or cultivation of marijuana for personal use.

Arizona: Consumer Choice Center Survey (February 2018)

Sixty-three percent of Arizona voters support regulating and taxing cannabis like alcohol

Florida: University of North Florida Public Opinion Poll (February 2018)

Sixty-two percent of registered voters support "legalizing and regulating marijuana in a manner similar to alcohol."

New York: Siena College Poll (February 2018)

Fifty-six percent of New York voters support legalizing the adult use of marijuana.

Michigan: Detroit News/Glengariff Group Poll, January 2018

Fifty-seven percent of likely voters support a proposed statewide ballot initiative to legalize the adult use and sale of marijuana.

Oklahoma: January 2018 Sooner Poll

Sixty-two percent of Oklahomans support State Question 788, a voter-initiated measure that would legalize medical marijuana access statewide.

New York: Emerson College 2017 Public Opinion Poll

Sixty-two percent of registered voters — including majorities of self-identified Democrats, Republicans, and Independents — believe that "the use of marijuana should be made legal for adults aged 21 and older."

New Jersey: Predictwise/Pollfish Survey, November 2017

Sixty-five percent of New Jersey voters "support the legalization of marijuana."