The poll conducted by OH Predictive Strategies found only 35 percent of those 600 likely voters surveyed support legalizing the drug, compared to 48 percent who are opposed to it. The rest are undecided.
Executives with OH admitted the study may be somewhat skewed because pollsters were limited to calling landline phones, which tends to reach mainly older and conservative households.
Morgan Fox, with the Marijuana Policy Project, was behind legalizing medical marijuana in 2010 and sees those numbers reflecting general trends during midterm elections.
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