It seems that support for legal marijuana in Florida is on the rise.

The Sun Sentinel, a Quinnipiac University Poll has found that a strong majority of voters want to see marijuana legalized in the state.

According to the poll, 65% to 30% of voters supported the legalization of marijuana in Florida. This is compared to May 2016, in which Florida voters were split 56% in favor and 41% opposed.

According to the Sun Sentinel, marijuana legalization was supported by almost every demographic group. This includes men, women, multiple different ages and ethnicities, Democrats and independent voters. Republican voters were evenly divided 48% to 48%.

Support for sales “in your community” were about the same for every group although black voters were less supportive of sales, at 53%.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You May Also Like

Veterans Want Medical Marijuana this Veteran’s Day
11 November 2017
Opioid Addiction Now Qualifies for Medical Marijuana in New Jersey
24 January 2019
Vermont Towns Cannot Ban Marijuana Altogether
13 July 2018