Poll: 35 per cent of Americans say legal weed is why they moved to their current state

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The company surveyed 1,000 U.S. residents, 497 from legal states and 503 from non-legal states, about their attitudes and beliefs about cannabis. The top perceived benefits of cannabis legalization include increased tax revenue (58 per cent), economic growth (58 per cent) and help for medical patients (43 per cent). A new poll conducted by Bloom & Oil, a cannabis education website, offers insight into how U.S. residents from legal and non-legal states view cannabis. About 35 per cent of poll respondents from legal states said the plant’s legal status was a key motivation for them to take up residence there, while 36 per cent said they would not consider moving to a state where cannabis remains illegal. Medical cannabis is legal in 37 states and the possibility of federal legalization continues to gain momentum, however slowly.

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A new poll conducted by Bloom & Oil, a cannabis education website, offers insight into how U.S. residents from legal and non-legal states view cannabis.

The company surveyed 1,000 U.S. residents, 497 from legal states and 503 from non-legal states, about their attitudes and beliefs about cannabis.

Overall, the poll found the vast majority of respondents were in favour of legalizing cannabis federally.

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