Arizona voters are not in favor of recreational marijuana. A new statewide poll of 600 people likely to vote in next year's election finds only 35 percent would support the personal use of pot, 48 percent are opposed and the rest are undecided. Proposition 205, which was on the 2016 ballot, only failed by 3 percentage points. However, the O-H Predictive Strategies poll only called landlines, which skews the results to older, more conservative voters. A spokesperson for the Marijuana Policy Project told The Arizona Capitol Times the group has not decided if it will try in 2020, but believes next year is a good year to stay off the ballot.
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