FLORIDA: Just a few short months ago, popular support for medical marijuana in Florida was sky high.
Backers of Amendment 2, which would make medical cannabis legal, seemed poised for victory on election day.
But more recent polls suggest public support might be slipping away fast.
A Quinnipiac University poll from the summer showed 88 percent support. In a Public Policy Poll taken last month support dropped to 61 percent. Then came a poll released this week by the Bob Graham Center showing support among likely voters down to 48 percent, well below the 60 percent needed for the amendment to become law.