"Voters in Colorado, Iowa and Virginia often disagree about the big issues of the day — taxes, government spending, gay marriage and abortion. Yet there is one thing that they pretty much agree upon across state lines — medicinal pot," said Peter A. Brown, assistant director of the Quinnipiac poll.
"Huge majorities in all three states think marijuana should be legally available for medical use. In once-stately Virginia there is majority support for allowing adults to possess small amounts of the drug for personal use. Iowans are split on the question and more than 60 percent of Coloradans, who already enjoy legalized marijuana, are fine with it," Mr. Brown said.