Yet another poll has found that Maryland voters, including a majority of Republicans, are prepared to approve a marijuana legalization referendum at the ballot next week.
There are five states with cannabis reform on the ballot for this election, and surveys signal that Maryland’s measure has the strongest likelihood of being approve.
In this latest poll that Baltimore Sun Media and the University of Baltimore published on Monday, 63 percent of likely voters said that they plan to approve the referendum, while 25 percent are against the reform and 12 percent remain undecided.
That’s a comfortable margin for “Vote Yes On 4” campaign. And it includes a majorities of Democrats (69 percent), Republicans (54 percent) and independents/third party voters (60 percent).
The poll involved interviews with 562 Democratic, 247 Republican and 180 unaffiliated likely voters from October 20-23, with a +/-3.1 percentage point margin of error.
A handful of recent surveys have similarly signaled that the measure will pass next Tuesday.
Not only does the proposal enjoy strong majority support, but one of the latest surveys released this month found that a large swath of unlikely voters said they were more motivated to vote after learning that cannabis reform was on
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