Phoenix New Times: “According to the results from Scutari and Cieslak (a local firm), 51 percent of their poll respondents opposed legalizing marijuana, with 43 percent in favor of it, and the remainder undecided.”
Poll Finds Arizona Voters Do Not Favor Legalizing Marijuana
By On the Net|2014-02-21T14:19:28-07:00February 21st, 2014|Stories & Articles|1 Comment
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I’m sure this “poll” was sponsored by the dispensary corporate conglomerate, as they are going to lose bigtime when we legalize the medicine.
First poll I have heard of under 50% approval rate since Prop 203. Hmmmm, I smell a rat. There was just a poll on TV news last night that stated 51% IN FAVOR of legalizing marijuana here in Arizona. And that is one of the lowest numbers I have heard of.
Just like the corrupted politicians, the dispensary owners will create “polls” and spread misinformation to keep their multi million dollar “non profit, ha,ha) business in operation.