American voters overwhelmingly agree that Veterans Administration doctors should be able to prescribe marijuana in pill form for veterans who suffer from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, a new Quinnipiac University poll shows.
According to the poll conducted between May 24-30, of 1,561 registered voters nationwide:
- 87-9 percent overall agree.
- 82-13 percent from military households agree.
- 79 percent or higher from all parties agreed.
Voters also agreed overwhelmingly that adults should be able to use medical marijuana if prescribed from a doctor but agreed more on the issue of legalizing marijuana altogether:
- 89-9 percent allowing adults to legally use medical marijuana.
- 54-41 percent, making marijuana legal.
- Men support general legalization 60-37 percent.
- Women support, 48-46 percent.
- Republicans oppose, 62-36 percent.
- Voters over 65 years old oppose 57-37 percent.
The poll carried a margin of error of 2.5 percentage points.
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