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."
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.
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."