Fifty-one percent of registered Montana voters support legalizing marijuana.
Sixty-five percent of voters believe that adults should be able to legally possess marijuana for their own personal use, and 59 percent support its retail sale in their community.
Fifty-two percent of likely 2020 voters favor legalizing the adult use of marijuana.
Fifty-seven percent of New Yorkers approve of the Governor’s push to legalize the adult use marijuana market.
Sixty-eight percent of New Hampshire adults support legalizing the personal possession of marijuana for those age 21 or older, and 80 percent approve of it being sold at licensed retail outlets.
Sixty-two percent of adults support legalizing the possession of small amounts of marijuana for personal use, and 68 percent believe that legalizing marijuana would boost the state’s economy.
Fifty-eight percent of registered voters believe that marijuana should be “fully legalized and regulated like alcohol."
Sixty-five percent of voters support allowing adults to legally possess small amounts of marijuana.
Fifty-six percent of Wisconsin adults support "legalizing the recreational use of marijuana and regulating it like alcohol."
Seventy-eight percent of Indiana residents believe that those convicted of possessing small amounts of marijuana should not serve jail time.
Fifty-six percent of Minnesota adults support legalizing adult marijuana use.
Fifty-two percent of Kansas residents “strongly support” or “somewhat support” legalizing recreational marijuana for individuals 21 and older to allow taxation by the state.
Fifty-six percent of likely voters say that the state should legalize recreational marijuana for those over the age of 21.
Fifty-eight percent of voters support “completely legalizing the possession and personal use of recreational marijuana,” and 79 percent support “allowing an individual to clear their record” of a past marijuana possession conviction.
Sixty-nine percent of residents believe that “those convicted of possessing small amounts of marijuana should not serve time in jail."
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