(Miami Beach, FL) -- A new poll of Amendment 2 conducted by Anzalone Liszt Grove Research showed support for the medical marijuana amendment at 74%–which is consistent with other recently released poll. The phone survey, which included 800 likely Florida voters, was conducted October 17th-20th via landline and mobile phones, with a margin of error of 3.59%.
"Despite the No on 2 campaign spending millions of dollars in advertising, Amendment 2 support is still holding strong. Voters across racial, gender, and geographic divides support the Amendment 2 ballot language by a winning margin," said Kevin Akins, pollster for Anzalone Liszt Grove.
"Importantly, support today is +13% greater than internal surveys taken three weeks from the 2014 election. Amendment 2 looks poised to finish strong this year," said Akins.
"This poll confirms what other polls have shown all along–voters recognize it is time to do what legislature failed to do and pass a compassionate medical marijuana law letting doctors use their best judgement for their seriously debilitated patients," said Ben Pollara, Campaign Manager for United for Care.
The poll also showed Hillary Clinton leading Donald Trump 45% to 38%.
Demographics/composition of the poll:
Powered by over 14,000 volunteers, United for Care is the largest organization in Florida fighting for a sensible medical marijuana law. United for Care is a non-partisan campaign with an on-the-ground presence across the state including a campaign office in Miami.