09 Jul Poll: Denver Residents Support More Options For Marijuana Use
A majority of Denver voters support an initiative that would allow “limited social marijuana consumption” in businesses such as bars, according to a poll commissioned by the group behind the proposal.
The poll results say 56 percent of likely Denver voters either strongly support (20 percent) or somewhat support (36 percent) the initiative, according to the Democratic firm Public Policy Polling.
For those against the initiative, 31 percent strongly oppose and 9 percent somewhat oppose it, while 5 percent said they weren’t sure. The automated telephone poll has a margin of error of 3.9 percentage points.
The pollsters asked whether voters would support allowing “the consumption of marijuana at private venues in Denver, provided that the owner of the venue permits the consumption, access to the venue is limited to individuals 21 years of age or older, smoking marijuana indoors is prohibited and any outdoor use is hidden from public view.” [Read more at The Denver Post]
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