By Harry Enten
Marijuana in the past was considered taboo in American culture and politics. Just check out the “Saved by the Bell” episode, “No Hope With Dope.”
Over the last 10 years, however, Americans have come to embrace the idea of legal weed.
Late last year, a record 64% of Americans told Gallup that marijuana should be made legal.
That was equal to the percentage who thought same-sex marriage should be legal in Gallup’s 2017 polling. It was more than double the 31% who said marijuana should be legal in 2000. The percentage who thought marijuana should be made legal in 2017 was 52 percentage points higher than the only 12% who favored making marijuana legal when Gallup first asked the question in 1969.
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