A record low 17 percent of Texans oppose legalizing marijuana for any purpose.
A new Gallup poll shows that 58 percent of Americans support legalizing marijuana, and young Americans are leading the way.
Polling by Texas Lyceum during 2015 showed that while only about 20 percent of Texans oppose marijuana law reform, overall support for legalization hovers around 46 percent.
Fresh off of a hot legislative session featuring 11 bills pertaining to marijuana, a new poll shows that Texans are overwhelmingly in support of reducing the penalty for possession.
A recently released Pew Research Poll shows that support for legalizing marijuana is holding strong at a majority. Nationally, 53 percent of Americans support legalization, with millennials leading the way. 68 percent of those aged 18-34 support legalization, while those aged 35-50 support legalization at 52 percent. Those opposing legalization
Texans are overwhelmingly disapproving of how Texas lost almost $1 billion in 2013. A combination of recent figures and polling data paints a political picture which strongly contrasts with the political opinions of Texans. It all comes down to one subject as well, marijuana laws. Local and state authorities in
A recently released poll shows that residents of Harris County support decriminalizing marijuana. Performed by KHOU – Houston Public Media, the poll showed 62 percent in favor of decriminalizing marijuana, with 29 percent opposed, and eight percent undecided.
An informal, non-scientific poll conducted by the San Antonio Business Journal currently shows that 79 percent of poll participants believe the legalization of marijuana could be an important source of tax revenue for state and local governments.
Newly released polling results in Oregon show that a majority supports legalizing cannabis, adding to speculation that a measure to do just that will pass this fall.
A newly released Pew Research Poll shows that three-quarters of Americans believe that cannabis will be fully legal. Even those who oppose legalization say that at some point marijuana will be legal to consume and sell.
Conservatives participating in a poll at the 2014 CPAC conference showed that conservatives are very much coming around to the idea of cannabis legalization.