A poll in May found 88 percent of Florida voters supported medical marijuana. A March poll showed support at 74 percent. One from November had support at 82 percent.
So a bipartisan poll released today showing that only 70 percent of Floridians plan to vote to legalize medical marijuana in the state is a bit surprising. It follows a poll released on Tuesday that showed support down to 66 percent. Then again it’s hard to get more than 50 percent of Floridians to agree on anything and the amendment on November’s ballot needs just 60 percent support to pass. Miami New Times has more details.