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State Polls

Maine: Critical Insights Tracking Poll

Fifty-five percent of likely voters "favor a law allowing marijuana to be legalized, taxed and regulated for use by adults 21 and older."

Rhode Island: Brown University/Taubman Center for American Politics Poll

Fifty-five percent of likely voters support passing a law to regulate and tax the use of marijuana for recreational use in manner that is similar to alcohol.

Pennsylvania: Quinnipiac Poll

Pennsylvania voters support 57 to 39 percent allowing adults to legally possess small amounts of marijuana for personal use.

Ohio: Quinnipiac Poll

Voters support 52 to 45 percent allowing adults to legally possess small amounts of marijuana for personal use.

Florida: Quinnipiac Poll

Voters support 56 to 41 percent allowing adults to legally possess for personal use small amounts of marijuana.

Maine: MPRC survey

Fifty-four percent of voters support a ballot measure to legalize and regulate marijuana for adult use.

Massachusetts: Western New England University Poll

Fifty-seven percent of respondents support legalizing marijuana for adult use.

Michigan: EPIC-MRA Poll

Fifty-three percent of voters support a ballot proposal "to legalize and tax marijuana in Michigan."

New Hampshire: WMUR Granite State Poll

Sixty-two percent of New Hampshire residents support legalizing marijuana for recreational use. (March 2016)

California: Probolsky Research Poll

Sixty percent of respondents say they favor a statewide initiative "that would legalize marijuana for recreational use under California law and allow government to tax" its retail sales.

District of Columbia: Public Policy Polling

Sixty-six percent of District residents believe DC Mayor Bowser should move forward with taxation and regulation of marijuana despite Congressional prohibition.

Maryland: Gonzalez Research & Marketing Strategies

Fifty-three percent of respondents said that they favor a change in state law "to allow marijuana to be regulated and taxed similarly to alcohol, for legal use by adults 21 years of age and older."

Vermont: Castleton Polling Institute

Fifty-six percent of respondents support passing a law in Vermont to legalize and regulate marijuana for recreational use.

Florida, Ohio, Pennsylvania: Quinnipiac University Poll

Voters in Florida and Ohio back legalization of marijuana for personal use while Pennsylvania voters are divided. By overwhelming margins, voters in each state support legalizing marijuana for medical purposes.

Michigan: State Polling

Fifty-six percent of Michigan voters endorse legalizing marijuana and having its sales regulated by state or local governments.