New Ohio survey results on November marijuana legalization ballot issue: https://t.co/vUqf91LYuz pic.twitter.com/qVcFXSp2sP — Fallon Research (@FallonResearch) August 29, 2023.
While both surveys found that 59 percent of Ohioans back the reform, Fallon’s puts Republican support at 48 percent, while opposition is at 46 percent.
Another 62 percent of politically unaffiliated voters support the initiative.
The measure also enjoys majority support across racial groups and all age categories except those 65 and older, though there’s still plurality support within that group as well.
The poll involved interviews with 501 registered Ohio voters from August 22-25, with a +/-4.4 percentage point margin of error.
Marijuana Moment is tracking more than 1,000 cannabis, psychedelics and drug policy bills in state legislatures and Congress this year.
Meanwhile, bipartisan Ohio lawmakers filed a bill to legalize marijuana in May, offering the legislature another opportunity to take the lead on the reform. »