WBUR today released data from a new poll on state ballot questions revealing how Massachusetts residents feel about charter schools and the legalization of marijuana:
- The opposition to support the expansion of up to 12 new charter schools or enrollment in existing charter schools has grown to 52% while the support remains stagnant at 41%.
- Support for the legalization of recreational use of marijuana continues to grow with a margin of 15 points. More than half of the residents polled have used marijuana, and those who have tried it are in favor of it by a 72-25 margin.
The poll was conducted for WBUR by the MassINC Polling Group. It surveyed 502 likely voters and was conducted between October 13th and October 16th.