New Poll Finds Most Ohio Voters Support Marijuana LegalizationPosted by On

A majority of Ohio voters support a recreational marijuana legalization initiative that will appear on ballots in November, according to the results of a new poll released this week. The new poll from Fallon Research found that 59% of registered voters surveyed support the ballot measure that would legalize cannabis in Ohio for adults aged 21 and up. Less than a third (32%) said they would vote against the initiative, while 9% of those surveyed s

The poll, which was released by Fallon on Tuesday, showed strong support for marijuana legalization from voters across the political spectrum. Two-thirds (68%) of Democrats surveyed said they are in favor of the recreational marijuana legalization initiative from the Coalition to Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol. The poll also found majority support among independent voters, with 62% saying they are in favor of the initiative. Nearly half (48%) of Republicans said they plan to vote for marijuana legalization, while 46% of GOP voters said they are opposed to the proposal.

Ohio’s recreational marijuana legalization proposal, which qualified for the ballot last month, also enjoys support across age groups, with 68% of adults aged 18-44 saying they planned to vote for the proposal. Among voters aged 45 to 64, 62% said they would vote for the measure, while 46% of those aged 65 and older said the…

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