Reader Poll: PA Should Legalize Recreational Marijuana

Lt. Gov. John Fetterman begins his statewide listening tour on the prospects of legalizing marijuana for recreational purposes next week in Harrisburg.

Fetterman will get a sense of how each county views the idea, but the PoliticsPA readers overwhelmingly support legalizing recreational marijuana.

1,495 readers weighed in on the poll.

The full results are included below:

Reader Poll: Should PA Legalize Recreational Marijuana?

  • Yes (90%)
  • No (10%)

Total Voters: 1,495

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February 8th, 2019 | Posted in Front Page Stories, Harrisburg, Poll, Top Stories | 8 Comments

8 thoughts on “Reader Poll: PA Should Legalize Recreational Marijuana”

  1. Zakrey Bissell says:

    I supports the weed, everyone needs more weeds in theres lifes.

  2. Patrick Henry, the 2nd says:

    Yes its time. While some Republican politicians are wary, most rank and file Republicans support legalization.

  3. Andre the socialist says:

    Can we get a normal looking individual to take the lead on this issue and mainstream it? That goober looks like a neanderthal with a pituitary gland growth problem.

    1. The Huckabeast says:

      Yet I’m sure your OK with the orange skinned, pussy grabbing son of an orangutan that occupies the White House?

      1. Andre the socialist says:

        Yet I’m not…

  4. David Diano says:

    1,495 readers weighed in on the poll

    How many were high at the time? 🙂

    1. the truth hurts says:

      Do you think the LG could pass a pee test before he starts Tommy’s pot tour????

  5. Timothy Leary says:

    The horse has left the stable and, in essence, pot has already been legalized as so many are smoking it that if we had an accurate count we’d be shocked at the number. If you see a question on every new patient form asking if the patient uses recreational drugs, you got to do a gut check and face facts. I have no interest in smoking pot but reality is that it’s so widespread that there is a need for government to regulate and tax it. Pot smoking is not going away.

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