Nearly 60 percent of registered Wisconsin voters believe that marijuana should be legalized, according to a new Marquette Law School Poll.
800 Wisconsin voters participated in the poll, and of those, 59 percent agreed with marijuana legalization while 35 percent were opposed.
The same question was asked in an earlier poll in Sept. of 2014 and at that time, 46 percent of participants were for legalizing marijuana and 51 percent were opposed.
On the most recent poll, an alternatively worded question produced similar results. That question asked if marijuana should be "fully legalized and regulated like alcohol." Fifty-eight percent of voters voted in favor of legalization and 36 percent were opposed in this case.