A solid majority of Americans support legalizing marijuana and expunging the records of individuals with prior convictions for cannabis possession or consumption, according to a new poll.

Quinnipiac University’s latest national survey, which was released on Wednesday, shows that 60 percent of Americans favor legalizing marijuana for adult use, with 33 percent opposed.

Even more respondents (63-29 percent) agreed that people should have their records cleared for low-level cannabis offenses.

And 93 percent said they support allowing medical marijuana.

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Kyle Jaeger ~ MarijuanaMoment.net

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