Support for Proposition 19, which would legalize marijuana in California, has been on a steady decline since the summer. It now appears to be at serious risk of failing, with 45% of voters expressing support for it and 48% opposed.
In July PPP found it passing by a 52/36 margin. But that 52% support dropped to 47% in a September poll before going down now to 45%. Meanwhile opposition has increased from that 36% mark to 38% and now to 48%.
Opposition to the measure is climbing across the board. 47% of independents oppose it, up from 30% in July. 67% of Republicans oppose it, up from 55% in July. And 34% of Democrats are against it, up from 25% in July.
It's close enough that the final vote on the question could certainly go either way but the trends are not looking good for pro-marijuana interests.
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