New Hampshire Poll Finds 74 Percent of Residents Approve of Legalization

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Results reveal that more than two thirds of residents support cannabis legalization bills that are currently being proposed. One explored the opinion of a recently introduced cannabis legalization bill, and the other asked what if the individual approved or opposed legalization overall. A recent poll was released on February 25 by the Granite State Poll and published by the University of New Hampshire. However, subsequent polls over the last few years show a significant increase in New Hampshire cannabis support and interest. Seventy-four percent of New Hampshire survey participants share that they support recreational cannabis legalization, and 68 percent approve of a specific cannabis bill that would place the New Hampshire Liquor Commission in charge of regulating sales.

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Seventy-four percent of New Hampshire survey participants share that they support recreational cannabis legalization, and 68 percent approve of a specific cannabis bill that would place the New Hampshire Liquor Commission in charge of regulating sales.

A recent poll was released on February 25 by the Granite State Poll and published by the University of New Hampshire. Among polled topics such as congressional redistricting, yearly car inspections, and the current job performance of Governor Chris Sununu, poll participants were asked their current stance on cannabis legalization. Results...

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