Fox News Poll: 66% of Florida Voters Support Amendment 3 to Legalize Marijuana

According to new polling, a vast majority of voters in Florida support Amendment 3, an initiative to legalize recreational marijuana.

Amendment 3, which will be voted on this November, would allow individuals aged 21 and older to “possess, purchase, or use marijuana products and marijuana accessories for non-medical personal consumption by smoking, ingestion, or otherwise.” The proposed limits would permit possession of up to three ounces of dried marijuana flower and up to five grams of marijuana concentrates.

Licensed marijuana retail outlets would be authorized to distribute the plant, with existing state-licensed medical marijuana dispensaries also permitted to “acquire, cultivate, process, manufacture, sell, and distribute such products and accessories.”

According to new polling released by Fox News, 66% of voters in Florida support Amendment 3, compared to just 32% who oppose it.

Interestingly, the initiative was found to have more support among Florida voters than Governor Ron DeSantis, who has vowed to campaign against the proposal.

The survey was conducted between June 1 and June 4, using registered Florida voters, with a margin of error of +/- 3% Pts.

Polling data released in November by the University of North Florida came to a similar conclusion, finding that 67% are in favor of legalizing marijuana.

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