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State Polls

New Hampshire: WMUR 2016 Granite State Poll

Sixty-one percent of adults support legalizing marijuana for recreational use.

Wisconsin: Marquette Law School Statewide Poll

Fifty-nine percent of registered Wisconsin voters agree with the statement, "[M]arijuana ... should be fully legalized and regulated like alcohol."

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.