State Polls

Wisconsin: Consumer Choice Center November 2018 Survey

Fifty-six percent of Wisconsin adults support "legalizing the recreational use of marijuana and regulating it like alcohol."

Indiana: Ball State University Fall 2018 Survey

Seventy-eight percent of Indiana residents believe that those convicted of possessing small amounts of marijuana should not serve jail time.

Minnesota: Survey USA October 2018 poll

Fifty-six percent of Minnesota adults support legalizing adult marijuana use.

Kansas: Fort Hays State University fall 2018 Poll

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.

Rhode Island: WPRI/Roger Williams University October 2018 Poll

Fifty-six percent of likely voters say that the state should legalize recreational marijuana for those over the age of 21.

New Jersey: Rutgers-Eagleton October 2018 Poll

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.

Wyoming: University of Wyoming, Survey & Analysis Center Poll (October 2018)

Sixty-nine percent of residents believe that “those convicted of possessing small amounts of marijuana should not serve time in jail."

Wisconsin: Myers Research October 2018 Poll

Sixty-four percent of registered voters say that marijuana should be “legalized for use by adults, … taxed, and regulated like alcohol."

Delaware: UD Center for Political Communication October 2018 Poll

Sixty-one percent of Delaware residents say that adult marijuana use should be legal.

Georgia: 11Alive/Survey USA Poll (October 2018)

Fifty-five percent of Georgians believe that “the use of marijuana for recreational use by adults” should be legalized.

New Mexico: ABQ Journal/Research & Research Inc. (Sept 2018)

Sixty percent of likely voters support legislation to legalize, regulate and tax marijuana sales to adults 21 and over.

Maryland: Goucher 2018 Poll (September 2018)

Sixty-two percent of Maryland residents support the legalization of marijuana for recreational use.

Minnesota: KSTP/SurveyUSA Poll (September 2018)

Fifty-six percent of likely voters support legalizing marijuana for recreational purposes.

Wisconsin: Marquette University Law School August 2018 Poll

Sixty-one percent of voters say that "marijuana should be fully legalized and regulated like alcohol."

Connecticut: Quinnipiac University August 2018 Poll

Fifty-nine percent of voters support “allowing adults in Connecticut to legally possess small amounts of marijuana for personal use.”