Medical Marijuana Amendment Losing Battle?

A poll commissioned by SaintPetersBlog and taken by St. Pete Polls, unveiled on Monday, shows 52 percent of those surveyed support Amendment 2, the proposal to expand medical marijuana and embed it in the Constitution; 39 percent oppose it and the remaining voters are undecided. When the undecided voters are asked if they are leaning one way or the other, opposition to Amendment 2 creeps up to 40.1 percent while support moves up to 54 percent with the remainder of voters staying undecided.

Gravis Marketing released a survey which shows a majority back Amendment 2 but, once again, support cannot break the 60 percent threshold needed to pass. In the Gravis poll, 55 percent say they will back Amendment 2.

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