Medical Marijuana Amendment's Fate Uncertain in New Poll
The fate of Amendment 2, which would expand medical marijuana use in the Sunshine State, continues to be undecided according to a new poll.
WFLA and Survey USA released a poll of likely voters late on Tuesday night which shows only 51 percent plan to vote for Amendment 2. A third of those surveyed -- 33 percent -- plan to vote against it while the remainder are undecided.
In a WFLA/Survey USA poll taken last week, support for Amendment 2 stood at 52 percent while opposition was 33 percent. Previous WFLA/Survey USA polls from September showed Amendment 2 losing steam as it dropped from a high of 56 percent. To pass on the November ballot, 60 percent of voters need to support the measure.
The poll of 594 likely voters was taken from Oct. 2-6, including during Yom Kipper, and had a margin of error of +/- 3.1 percent.
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