Poll: Majority of California Voters OK with Pot Smoking Candidates!
On the marijuana issue, voters were asked if the fact that a candidate for public office was a recreational marijuana user would affect their decision on whether to support or oppose that candidate.
About 43.8 percent said it made no difference, and 6.8 percent said that it would make them more supportive of the candidate. About a third – 34 percent – said it would make them much less likely to vote for the candidate, and 12.4 percent said it would make them somewhat less likely to support the candidate. Less than 3 percent were unsure.
The poll surveyed 751 likely voters from April 10-13. The poll has a margin of error of 3.7 percent.