According to the Brach Eichler Cannabis Poll, about two-thirds of New Jersey voters are likely to vote yes on a ballot question seeking to legalize marijuana use for those over 21 this November. That number demonstrates a small rise in favorability among the New Jersey population in comparison to the results of a Monmouth University poll conducted in April, which found 61% of respondents said they would vote yes on the question. The measure on the ballot will ask voters in November if they think the state should legalize marijuana and apply the state sales tax to purchases. This decision will come after several years of attempts to legalize weed via the state Legislature, that have fallen short.
– NJ.com, 07/28/2020