in , ,

Seven out of 10 Americans support clearing cannabis convictions

The time is right to right the wrongs of the past by providing avenues for expunging and reducing cannabis conviction records of the past. According to a survey posted on YouGov on December 8, seven in 10 Americans support expunging records of people with non-violent cannabis convictions.

Support was solid, with seventy percent of respondents saying they support expungement, and 46 percent strongly supporting it. The poll found a majority among every demographic surveyed, across political parties, regions of the US, age, gender and income level.

“Do you support or oppose expunging marijuana-related convictions for non-violent offenders?” the YouGov survey asked, which was the survey’s only question. In total, 7,141 adults were surveyed.

What do you think?

Written by The Editor

warrior dedicated to the cause of fighting the takeover of our culture.


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *



Anjanette Young

(VIDEO) Chicago police raid wrong Home and detain naked female homeowner.

Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms declined postion on Joe Biden’s cabinet