Half of New Jersey residents believe marijuana should be legal, while the other half does not. That’s according to a new survey released by Quinnipiac University on Thursday. The new survey shows that 48 percent of registered voters are for the legalization of pot, while 48 percent are against it. Men and younger voters are much more likely to support legalization, according to the survey.
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