A Majority of Americans Favor Marijuana Legalization, Pew Research Reports

October 21, 2016 Kate Simmons

America’s passed the halfway mark! On October 11, Pew Research reported that 57 percent of Americans think that marijuana should be made legal, while 37 percent think it should remain illegal. Just a decade ago, the country polled nearly the opposite way, with 60 percent opposed and 32 percent in favor of legalization.

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