In debate over legalizing marijuana, disagreement over drug’s dangers
Public opinion about legalizing marijuana in the US, while little changed in the past few years, has undergone a dramatic long-term shift.
A new survey finds that 53% favor the legal use of marijuana, while 44% are opposed. As recently as 2006, just 32% supported marijuana legalization, while nearly twice as many (60%) were opposed. Millennials (currently 18-34) have been in the forefront of this change: 68% favor legalizing marijuana use.
Tuesday, April 14, 2015
Pew Research Center (US)