In October 1969, 84 percent of Americans opposed legalizing the use of marijuana, 12 percent thought it should be legal.
Two months out from election day, positions appear to be hardening in the battle over legalizing marijuana in Colorado.
A solid majority of voters nationwide favor legalizing and regulating marijuana similar to the way alcohol and tobacco cigarette
In a just-released poll conducted by Mason-Dixon Polling & Research, three quarters of American voters (74%) want the Obama administration to respect individual state medical marijuana laws.
Slowly but surely, Americans seem to be making peace with the pot pipe.
Many Americans continue to believe that marijuana should be legalized, but are not supportive of making other drugs readily available, a new Angus Reid Public Opinion poll has found.
When asked if Americans would support legalizing marijuana in their state, three quarters of Americans say they support legalization of marijuana for medical treatment (74%) with almost half saying they strongly support it (48%).
Most registered voters in Montana prefer stricter regulations concerning medical marijuana rather than repealing the 2004 voter-approved initiative that made medicinal marijuana use legal, according to a poll by the Lee Enterprises Capitol Bureau that was...
Lawmakers in Hartford were scheduled to hold a public hearing Monday morning to discuss several bills that would push to legalize marijuana in Connecticut.
Study makes it clear that clear that education and regulatory restrictions are more effective than prohibition and criminalization, but the drug czar draws the wrong conclusions.