A broad new survey shows that a majority of American adults continue to support marijuana legalization in the United States, and that support appears to be growing.
This may shock you, but Colorado and Washington residents don’t use the most weed (if you’re measuring by the percent of state residents who regularly use marijuana.) Rhode Islanders do.
A strong majority of Canadians think the federal government should either legalize marijuana or decriminalize the possession of small amounts, according to a new Department of Justice poll obtained by Torstar News Service.
Most voters in the first state to legalize recreational marijuana say the move was good for their state, according to a new poll.
Polls find up to 81% U.S. support for medical pot--it's time we at least allow studies.
Iowans overwhelmingly support allowing doctors to prescribe marijuana for medical use, according to poll results released Monday.
Floridians will have a chance to vote on legalizing medical marijuana, the state’s Supreme Court ruled Jan. 27.
Most New Yorkers support Gov. Andrew Cuomo's plan to allow the use of medical marijuana in a pilot program in up to 20 hospitals, according to a poll released on Monday.
The latest evidence that marijuana legalization has reached the tipping point comes from Maryland, where a new Goucher Poll has a slim majority for legalization, as well as strong support for decriminalization and overwhelming support for medical...
Miami Beach voters became the first in Florida to call for the decriminalization of marijuana for medical use in a Tuesday vote that gives a glimpse of statewide support for the issue.