Statewide polling data from Colorado, just released by , shows support holding strong for Amendment 64, a ballot measure that aims to re-legalize and regulate the personal use of marijuana.
From August 31st to September 2nd, PPP conducted a survey of 1,001 likely Colorado voters and found the majority of them continue to support marijuana legalization. When polled on direct ballot language, 47% of Coloradans state they are supporting Amendment 64, with only 38% opposed and 15% undecided. This is unchanged from polling released last month. When simply asked if marijuana should be legalized, 49% responded yes, 43% were opposed, and 9% remained unsure.
More information on this poll is available .
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You can view NORML’s 2012 Voter Guide, Smoke the Vote,and learn all the ways cannabis comes into play in this fall’s election.