Smoking Marijuana Slightly More Acceptable than Death Penalty

Where does the United States stand on marijuana consumption, you ask? According to pollster organization Gallup, which questioned more than 1,000 adults from across the country about whether they beleived “smoking marijuana” was “morally acceptable” or “morally wrong,” most think you won’t burn in hell for smoking weed. According to the results, 65% of those surveyed believe that smoking marijuana is morally acceptable compared to 31% who don’t believe so. For added context, smoking marijuana was viewed as being more morally acceptable than the death penalty (62% morally acceptable), doctor-assisted suicide (54% morally acceptable), and abortion (43% morally acceptable), to name a few of the many topics that landed below smoking marijuana in the morality column.

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