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New Poll Finds That 58% of Ohio Residents Favor Legal Marijuana

A new Kent State University poll shows that 58 percent of registered voters in Ohio would support allowing adults to possess small amounts of marijuana for personal use.

The poll was commissioned by WKYC-TV (Channel 3).

Ohio voters will decide in November whether to legalize marijuana use for recreational and medicinal use.

Kent State surveyed 500 registered voters in Ohio regarding Issues 2 and 3. Issue 2 would prevent business monopolies in the state constitution, while Issue 3 would legalize marijuana but it also designates 10 commercial marijuana growing areas in the state and puts them in the constitution.

The poll found:

• 84 percent of Ohioans indicated they would “support allowing adults in Ohio to legally use marijuana for medical purposes if their doctor prescribes it.” [Read more at the Akron Beacon-Journal]

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