A new WBUR poll finds support for the legalization of marijuana is up among likely Massachusetts voters.

Fifty-five percent of likely voters now say they favor allowing adults to use recreational marijuana, which is the subject of Question 4 on the November ballot.

When WBUR last polled on legalizing marijuana, last month, the gap was narrower, with 50 percent in favor and 45 percent opposed.

That 5-point gap has now grown to 15 points, with 55 percent in favor and 40 percent opposed.

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Fred Thys ~ WBUR.org ~

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