War on drugs survey: 4 percent say we’re winning, 82 percent disagree


A new poll suggests that the war on drugs is even more unpopular than Congress.
A survey from last month showed Congress with a 12 percent approval rating. However, a new poll finds that only 4 percent of respondents feel we’re winning the war on drugs, while 82 percent disagree — and a national marijuana-reform advocate thinks Colorado’s example is likely to inspire even more people to give peace a chance. Denver Westword has the full story.