Mi Voters Still Support Medical Marijuana

Michigan voters support the State’s medical marijuana law by nearly the same margin by which it was adopted in the 2008 election, according to a new poll commissioned by the Marijuana Policy Project.

The poll, conducted by Marketing Resource Group of Lansing, found that 61% of voters said they would vote yes again or would be likely to vote yes. Support for 2008’s Proposal 1, legalizing the possession and use of marijuana for medical reasons, was 62.6%. Thirty-seven percent of those surveyed said they would vote no or would lean no if they issue was before voters again, also about the same as 2008. Only 1% said they were undecided

For the full story:http://www.freep.com/article/20110215/NEWS15/110215048/Poll-2-years-after-vote-public-support-medical-pot-flat?odyssey=nav%7Chead

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