(HAMDEN, Conn.) — How do state voters feel now about Colorado Amendment 64, which legalized the recreational use of marijuana by adults as well as sales of one ounce or less by licensed stores?
About the same as they did in April, when Quinnipiac University previously asked the question.
Fifty-four percent say they support the overall passage of Amendment 64. However, it was as high as 58 percent last February.
In other findings, two-thirds of Coloradans maintain that people who want to smoke marijuana should only do so in their homes or at members-only clubs.
Meanwhile, just over six in 10 respondents to the Quinnipiac poll say that smoking pot should not be allowed in establishments that serve alcohol or at any venue that charges admission.
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Kelsey Schwab, Deseret News
Eric Bradner, CNN
Eliott C. McLaughlin, CNN