One of the nation’s most reliable survey providers, General Social Survey, released the results of its survey on the American acceptance of pot. They questioned 1,680 people, asking if they agreed with legalizing marijuana. Of those asked, 51.7 percent are in favor of marijuana reform and legalizations, 41.7 percent are against it, while those still undecided on the issue ranked in at 6.6 percent. Last year marked a popular adjustment in the way Americans favorably view the use of pot in the U.S.
According to Zeca Oliviera, the days of the idiotic “Reefer Madness” point of view and the impression that post is a gateway drug to bigger and badder substance abuse is quickly fading away. Colorado is a prime example of the benefits that medical as well as recreational pot use has socially and economically. Americans are speaking out, and they want pot prohibition to end.