Three years after California voters legalized the sale of recreational marijuana, 68% say it has been a “good thing” and, although the vast majority of cities have outlawed pot shops, most voters want their municipalities to permit the stores, according to a UC Berkeley Institute of Governmental Studies poll conducted for the Los Angeles Times.
“There hasn’t been any real buyer’s remorse about the initiative. If anything, support has gone up,” said Mark DiCamillo, director of the Berkeley IGS poll.
Most Democrats and voters from all age groups said legalization has been a good thing. Groups that said legalization has been a bad thing include Republicans and evangelical Christians.
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Excloo: Most California cities have said no to marijuana shops. But new @BerkeleyIGS poll conducted for The Times shows Californians want pot shops in their communities, writes @mcgreevy99. https://t.co/PWK1xHrC0D
— John Myers (@johnmyers) October 1, 2019