81% of Mississippi voters support doctors being able to recommend mmj
A new survey out this week says more than 80% of Mississippi voters support allowing doctors to recommend medical marijuana to patients with debilitating conditions.
The report is based on a recent telephone survey released by Mississippians for Compassionate Care, the group advocating for the passage of medical marijuana through Initiative 65. It was conducted by FM3 Research which polled 600 likely November 2020 General Election voters.
“In principle, four in five (81%) Mississippi voters support doctors being able to recommend medical marijuana to patients with medical conditions and serious illnesses,” wrote the pollsters in findings memo, “and more than two-thirds (68%) do so strongly.”
The study found that 76% of Mississippi Republicans and 68% of frequent churchgoers support the medical marijuana measure.
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