A Gallup poll suggests that Americans have been using more marijuana as the plant has earned legal status across the country.
Not only has federal legalization managed to garner somewhere between 60%-65% favorability over the past few years, but the support has now grown considerably.
In fact, Americans are more likely to support it now than at any point in the previous five decades, with seven in 10 Americans vouching for the drug's legalization.
A new poll finds that liberals consume marijuana six times more than conservatives.
A supermajority of Americans favor legalizing marijuana, despite recent negative coverage due to vaping illnesses.
These results fall in line with the average of 22% of young Americans that have answered yes when asked if they “smoke marijuana” in three polls Gallup conducted from 2015 to2017.
Now that a heavy majority of the America public supports the idea of both medical and recreational marijuana, a recent report finds that more Democratic Senators entangled in tight races across the country are getting into bed with the cannabis cause.
In poll from Gallup released on Wednesday, 45 percent of U.S. adults tried marijuana at some point in their lives.
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