DEC. 18, 2004 - AARP POLL FINDS THAT 72% OF SENIORS SUPPORT MEDICAL MARIJUANA
Nearly three-fourths of Americans middle age and older support legalizing marijuana for medical use, according to a poll taken for AARP…
Among the 1,706 adults age 45 and older who were polled in November, opinions varied along regional and generational lines and among the 30 percent of respondents who said they had smoked marijuana. AARP members represented 37 percent of the respondents.
Over all, 72 percent of respondents agreed ‘adults should be allowed to legally use marijuana for medical purposes if a physician recommends it.'”
Associated Press (AP) “AARP Poll Shows Most Support Legalizing Medicinal Marijuana,” nytimes.com, Dec. 19, 2004