History for Fact check: Bernie Sanders' claims around marijuana legalization

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Note → According to a recent survey conducted by the General Social Survey (GSS), a record 61.5 % of Americans said in 2018 weed should be legalized. Business Insider reported. This result is corresponding with that of a survey by the Pew Research Center - 62% - conducted in Sept. 2018. CBS NEWS POLL reported in April, 2019 that 65% of Americans voted pro legalization. Gallup c0nducted telephone interviews in Oct., 2018. 66% of the interviewees voted pro legalization. GSS and Gallup have pursued the topic since years. Their tables show that the number of supporters of legalization is steadily growing. Within the last two years reported, 2016 to 2018, the number of pro-voters rose from 57.0 to 61.5 respectively 60 to 66%. It is probable that the development continued during the last six months since the end of Oct. 2018. Spelling. Tags added.
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2019-04-19 21:29:37 ... Mohamed Suliman (talk | contribs)
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