• Poll: Colorado Marijuana Measure Up 47-38

    by  • August 8, 2012 • Blog, Cannabis, Politics


    Polling shows that Colorado may be poised to end cannabis & hemp prohibition this November.

    The latest polling by Public Policy Polling (PPP) shows that Colorado’s Amendment 64 is up with 47% in support and 38% opposed.  The proposed amendment is an attempt to end cannabis prohibition in the Centennial State by allowing personal use and cultivation by adults 21 years-of-age and over; establishing a licensed and regulated commercial sales system similar to alcohol regulation; and legalizing the cultivation and sale of industrial hemp.

    This poll by PPP is on the heels of a very favorable Rasmussen poll and demonstrates that opposition to the proposed amendment has softened.  Previous PPP polling had the marijuana legalization measure supported by 46% of Colorado voters while opposed by 42%.  It appears that the ad campaign by the Campaign to Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol has been effective at soothing the concerns of some voters who were inclined to oppose the measure.

    Here are two of the ads already released by the campaign.  We look forward to promoting more good work and news out of this exciting Colorado campaign.




    Anthony Johnson is the executive director of the National Cannabis Coalition and our parent division, the American Victory Coalition. He also serves as a Board Member of Show-Me Cannabis Regulation, an organization working to end cannabis prohibition in Missouri. As President of the University of Missouri Law School ACLU Chapter, Anthony co-authored the measures that legalized medical cannabis possession and decriminalized personal possession for all adults within the city limits of Columbia, Missouri, in 2004. Following law school, Anthony practiced criminal defense for two years before working full time in the political field to help improve and protect civil liberties. You can follow Anthony on Twitter and also friend him on Facebook by following the links below as he posts mostly about civil liberties and politics with dashes of sports, music, movies and whatnot.


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