Thin Majority Of Connecticut Voters Support Marijuana For Personal Use, Poll Shows

CONNECTICUT: A slight majority of Connecticut voters support the legalization of marijuana for personal use, said a Quinnipiac University poll released Monday.

By 52-45 percent, voters said adults should be able to possess small amounts of the drug. The poll found a huge margin, 90-9 percent, support medical use of marijuana, and 69-28 percent would support having a medical marijuana dispensary in their town.

Like previous polls on recreational use, voters aged 18 to 29 support it 80-20 percent, while voters older than 65 oppose it 61-34 percent. Men back it 54-42 percent, while women remain divided at 49-48 percent.

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