Poll: 88 perecent of New Yorkers support medical marijuana

Gov. Andrew Cuomo has already put plans into motion for limited medical legalization.

About 88 percent of New Yorker's favor the move.

About 88 percent of New Yorker's favor the move. (2/18/14)

NEW YORK - According to a Quinnipiac University poll, New York is keen on the idea of legalizing marijuana.

The poll revealed that 88 percent of New Yorker's favor marijuana legalization for medical purposes. 

Only 9 percent oppose the idea.
 
Gov. Andrew Cuomo has already put plans into motion for limited medical legalization.

Another 57 percent said they would support legalizing small amounts of pot for recreational use. 

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