The majority of Kiwis don’t think recreational cannabis should be legalised in New Zealand, two new polls have found.
About 52 per cent of New Zealanders said they intended to vote against legalisation, the latest 1 News Colmar Brunton poll found.
Of those asked in the poll, 39 per cent of people wanted cannabis legalised, 1 News reported. Eight per cent did not know or refused to answer, and 1 per cent said they would not vote.
Those aged between 18-34 and also Green Party supporters were more likely to be in support of legalisation, the poll found.
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