The safest way to consume cannabis is through edibles, according to the average American. That’s what researchers found after a recent survey 9,000 respondents across the United States. The study, published in the Journal of General Internal Medicine, discovered that 25% of respondents picked cannabis-infused edibles as the safest form of marijuana consumption. See the original article […]

A new poll shows that most American consumers are willing to pay more for higher quality cannabis. Even if Walmart Weed were to flood the market, those companies would be hard pressed to find takers for their substandard cannabis. Half of non-consumers and more than two-thirds of consumers said they would view the cannabis industry […]

Today, the Pew Research Center released the results of their newest study, which found that 62 percent of Americans now support the legalization of marijuana. Millennials were found to show the strongest support, with 74 percent in favor of ending marijuana prohibition. The least supportive group was the Silent Generation at only 39 percent — […]

Although a majority of Pennsylvanians support the legalization of marijuana, it remains a controversial issue, according to a survey released by Keystone Analytics®. Sixty-nine percent of voters would like to see the legalization of marijuana, with 47 percent in favor of use for medicinal purposes only and 22 percent for any purpose. Twenty-seven percent believe […]

A new Quinnipiac University poll finds that 88 percent of voters support the legal use of marijuana for medical purposes, while 10 percent do not. If the latest poll is right, it’s a safe bet that Florida will legalize medical marijuana this November. The lowest level of support was among senior citizens, who still back the measure roughly 6 […]

For the first time, Quinnipiac, found that the majority of Florida voters think marijuana should be legal. Among registered voters in Florida, 53 percent support making it legal for adults to possess small amounts of marijuana for personal use while, 42 percent oppose legalization. This represents a dramatic increase in support in less than a year. When Quinnipiac […]

A new survey by WebMD reveals that the majority of doctors support national medical marijuana legalization because it can deliver real benefits to patients. WebMD’s survey was completed from Feb. 25 to March 3, 2014 by 1,544 doctors representing more than 12 specialty areas in 48 states. Here’s a look at their responses: 69% say it […]