Tuesday, June 7, 2016

89% Of US Voters Wants Medical Cannabis Legalized

More US Voters Are In Favor Of Legal Medical Marijuana

A recent poll that was carried out by the Quinnipiac University, found out that almost every US voter wants medical cannabis legalized.  This poll was just released yesterday and it shows that voters in the United States want to legalize this herb for medical purposes, when it is prescribed by a doctor.  

People from the Democratic Party and from the Republican Party agree that this herb needs to be legalized now and that it is helpful as a medicine for many people.  This poll also found that 87% of US voters want doctors to prescribe medical marijuana pills to veterans who are having problems with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.  

According to the poll, 54% of voters in the US, are in favor of fully legalizing cannabis and this is certainly a very large number.  

The Quinnipiac University Poll interviewed 1561 registered voters from different parts of the US and they completed their entire survey between May 24 and May 30 of this year.

This is proof that voters have changed their views on medical marijuana and that we are going to see more states legalizing this herb very soon.  

According to some experts,"these results and similar ones before them are exactly why, for the first time ever, every remaining presidential candidate has voiced support for letting states legalize marijuana without federal interference."

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