Biden’s Potential Political Boost: Marijuana Rescheduling Survey Reveals

Marijuana Rescheduling Survey: A Game-Changer in Biden’s Political Landscape

Hey there, fellow cannabis enthusiasts! Today, we’re diving into some exciting news that could have a massive impact on both the and President Joe Biden’s political future. We’re talking about the recent Marijuana Rescheduling Survey and how it’s shaking up the game.

What’s the Buzz About?

So, you might be wondering, what’s all the fuss about this Marijuana Rescheduling Survey? Well, it turns out that it’s not just any survey – it’s a game-changer. The survey, conducted by Lake Research Partners and commissioned by the Coalition for Cannabis Scheduling (CCSR), revealed some fascinating .

The Numbers Speak Louder

According to the survey, a whopping 58 percent of likely are in favor of loosening federal marijuana laws by moving it from Schedule I to Schedule III of the Controlled Substances Act (CSA). Only 19 percent oppose this move. That’s a significant majority in favor of reform!

Biden’s Winning Strategy

Now, here’s where things get interesting for President Biden. The survey found that when voters were informed about the potential impact of the rescheduling review initiated by the president, his favorability rating jumped by a net 11 points. Yes, you heard that right – 11 points!

The Power of Perception

It seems that voters who are tuned in to the rescheduling debate and the president’s role in it view him more favorably. Of course, it’s important to note that Biden doesn’t have direct control over the final decision. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) recommended the rescheduling, but the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) has the “final authority.”

**The survey asked respondents whether President Biden should “accept” or “reject” the HHS Schedule III . A significant 66 percent said he should accept it, and among young voters aged 18-25, a whopping 83 percent supported acceptance.**

Party Lines and Perspectives

Unsurprisingly, Democrats were the most supportive of reform, with 74 percent in favor. Independents also showed strong support at 55 percent, while Republicans were more divided, with 41 percent in favor and 31 percent opposed. Interestingly, support grew among Republican women and young conservatives.

Overcoming Opposition

Even when respondents were presented with negative arguments against rescheduling, support remained strong at 58 percent. Opposition only dropped by one percentage point. On the flip side, positive arguments for rescheduling also had minimal impact, as they mischaracterized the reform’s actual impact.

A Closer Look at Favorability

In terms of favorability, marijuana itself polled at 51 percent, with about half of respondents holding “very” favorable views. Biden had a 41 percent favorability rating, while Trump’s favorables stood at 42 percent. The cannabis industry, interestingly, came in at 48 percent favorable.

Behind the Survey

The survey was conducted from October 2-9 and involved interviews with 900 likely voters, including oversamples of 100 younger voters aged 18-25 and 200 swing state voters. The margin of error is +/- four percent.

Biden’s Cannabis Actions

President Biden has consistently highlighted his 2022 scheduling directive and the mass pardon he granted for people with federal marijuana offenses. He recently followed up on this by issuing a renewed and expanded pardon proclamation.

The Call for More

In October, advocates and supporting cannabis reform marked the one-year anniversary of Biden’s mass marijuana pardon and scheduling directive. They called on him to do more, including expanding the scope of in his pardon and explicitly supporting federal legalization.

What Lies Ahead?

As we look to the future, the Marijuana Rescheduling Survey remains a crucial topic. Its potential impact on President Biden’s political journey and the cannabis industry cannot be underestimated. We’ll keep our eyes peeled for developments and bring you the latest .

And, of course, a big thanks to Kyle Jaeger for bringing us this exciting news!


**Q: What does the Marijuana Rescheduling Survey reveal?


A: The survey shows that 58 percent of likely voters support loosening federal marijuana laws by moving it from Schedule I to Schedule III of the Controlled Substances Act (CSA).

**Q: How did the survey impact President Biden’s favorability?**

A: After learning about the rescheduling review initiated by President Biden, his favorability rating increased by 11 points.

**Q: Which political groups showed the most support for reform?

A: Democrats were the most supportive, with 74 percent in favor, followed by independents at 55 percent. Republicans were more divided, with 41 percent in favor and 31 percent opposed.

**Q: What’s next for cannabis reform?**

A: Advocates continue to push for further reform, including federal legalization, as they mark the one-year anniversary of Biden’s mass marijuana pardon and scheduling directive.

**Q: How can we stay updated on this issue?**

A: Keep an eye on reputable news sources and stay tuned for more updates on the Marijuana Rescheduling Survey and its implications.

Rosemary Puffman
I'm Rosemary, a staunch supporter of cannabis legalization and its potential benefits. My roles as a writer, cannabis entrepreneur, and informed investor allow me to contribute to the evolving narrative around cannabis. Through my writing, I aim to destigmatize and educate, while my business ventures and strategic investments align with my belief in the positive impact of responsible cannabis use.

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