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article imageMajority of Arizona voters polled support marijuana regulation

By Angela Norwood     Jan 14, 2013 in World
Results of a poll released today show 59 percent of Arizona residents support the regulation of marijuana for sale to adults over 21 years of age.
Results of a National Cannabis Industry Association poll released today shows the majority of Arizona residents support the regulation of cannabis for sale and use to adults over 21 years of age.
The poll, conducted by Public Policy Polling, asked Arizona voters “If an initiative appeared on a future ballot in Arizona, proposing that marijuana be regulated in a manner similar to alcohol and sold to adults 21 years of age or older in state licensed stores, would you vote ‘yes’ in favor of this initiative or ‘no’ against this initiative?”
Fifty-nine percent of those polled answered "yes" they would vote in favor of such an initiative. Out of the 59 percent, 40 percent felt "strongly" and 19 percent "not so strongly."
Thirty-six percent of poll respondents answered "no" they would not vote in favor, with 33 percent indicating they felt "strongly" and three percent "not so strongly."
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