Friday, October 23, 2015

Nearly Six Out Of Ten In U.S. Support Marijuana Legalization

The American people are beginning to wake up, and realize that the government has been lying to them about the dangers of marijuana. The government has classified marijuana with the most addictive and dangerous drugs (like heroin). But the truth is that marijuana is not addictive and cannot be used to overdose. It is the least dangerous drug of all -- far less dangerous than some legal drugs like alcohol, and even less dangerous than "safe" drugs like aspirin.

It is time to legalize marijuana -- and about 58% of the public agrees.

Chart was made from a recently released Gallup Poll -- done between October 7th and 11th of a random national sample of 1,015 adults, with a 4 point margin of error.

1 comment:

  1. Prup (aka Jim Benton)10/24/2015 12:42 PM

    If the current studies continue to prove out -- studies whose center, surprisingly enough, is Israel -- more older people will be joining the call for at least medical legalization -- which might already be a majority, the poll question is ambiguous. But not only is it very useful in glaucoma, but there is more and more evidence that it may retard or even reverse osteoporosis in post-menopausal women. The one thing lacking -- and Hillary seemed to be calling for precisely this in her Rachel interview -- is 'strain-specific' research. There are over 6000 different strains of marijuana and looking at just THC content is like comparing Ripple and Riesling on alcohol content alone.


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