Last week’s poll asked, “Where do you stand on drug and plant legalization?”
The results broke down like this:
In general, AF&O readers fall on the side of leaving people alone.
“Decriminalize it all and treat abuse as a medical problem” is the solution favored by 39% of poll participants.
Next, 26% say “Legalize it; don’t criticize it.”
“Decriminalize the hard stuff; let responsible adults use the rest if they want” is the solution favored by 13% of respondents.
Eleven percent suggest, “Keep everything criminalized except pot, alcohol, and cigarettes.”
We have a tie: Five percent say, “I support the status quo, except pot should be available to the sick as a medical prescription” and “Keep everything criminalized except alcohol and cigarettes.”
Also tied are two fairly draconian responses: “Keep everything criminalized except alcohol and cigarettes” and “Keep society sober. Criminalize everything, including cigarettes and alcohol.” You folks frighten me.
Thanks to all who took the survey for taking part here at Free Speech Central.
Time for this week’s AF&O Poll. The question involves Dubya Bush’s performance in his selected post. What do you think? How is Bush doing?
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