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A recent poll shows that support for medical marijuana in Texas continues to grow, however full legalization is another matter entirely.

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.

A recently released survey shows that not only do a strong majority of doctors support medical marijuana, but more of them than consumers themselves believe it should be legal. The survey of more than 1,500 doctors and nearly 3,000 consumers found that 69 percent of doctors said medical marijuana can

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.

A newly released UT/Texas Tribune poll shows that few Texans support keeping marijuana illegal.

A recently released CBS poll shows 51% of Americans support marijuana legalization. This is the third major poll in three months to show a majority support, following Gallup at 58% and CNN at 55%. This also follows Public Policy Polling showing 58% of Texans supporting legalization.

We have yet another poll out showing the majority of Americans favor marijuana legalization, however the poll reveals some shocking attitudes towards cannabis.

Coming on the heels of a poll showing 58% of Texans supporting marijuana legalization, a newly released poll shows that 79% of likely Texas voters oppose sending drug offenders to jail.