Florida Poll: 64% of Likely Voters Support Amendment 3 to Legalize Marijuana, Third Poll to Find Support Above 60%

According to newly released polling, a strong majority of likely Florida voters support Amendment 3 which would legalize recreational marijuana for everyone 21 and older.

The poll, first reported by Florida Politics, found that 64% of Florida likely voters support Amendment 3. Given Amendment 3 is a constitutional amendment, it requires 60% support to be enacted into law.

The survey was conducted using 1,065 respondents, all registered voters who said they were likely to vote this November, from June 26–June 29. The poll has a margin of error of +/-2.9 percentage points.

This is the third poll since November to find support for Amendment 3 to be above 60%.

Last month polling released by Fox News found that 66% of voters in Florida support Amendment 3, compared to just 32% who are opposed.

In November, a University of North Florida’s Public Opinion Research Lab (PORL) poll found support for Amendment 3 to be 67% among likely voters.

Amendment 3, put forth by the nonprofit political committee Smart & Safe Florida, would allow those who are at least 21 years old to possess up to three ounces of dried marijuana flower, and up to five grams of marijuana concentrates. These products would be available through licensed marijuana retailers and medical dispensaries with a dual license. These outlets would be supplied by licensed growers and producers, with marijuana tested through licensed testing labs.

Smart & Safe Florida also has substantial resources. By the end of May, they had raised over $60 million, the highest amount for any statewide marijuana initiative in U.S. history.

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