Poll shows 74 percent support for Amendment 2
Amendment 2 is supported by 74 percent of Florida voters, according to a poll by Anzalone Liszt Grove Research.
The phone survey of 800 likely voters, was conducted October 17-20. The margin of error is 3.59 percnet.
“Despite the No on 2 campaign spending millions of dollars in advertising, Amendment 2 support is still holding strong,” said Kevin Akins, pollster for Anzalone Liszt Grove. “Voters across racial, gender, and geographic divides support the Amendment 2 ballot language by a winning margin”
Akins said support for the medical marijuana measure is 13 points higher than in 2014, when the amendment narrowly lost.
The poll is the latest to show Amendment 2 is likely to pass Nov. 8.
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