DPA & ACLU New Poll Shows 66% Of Americans Support All-Drug Decriminalization Ahead Of 50th Anniversary Of The 'War On Drugs'

Two-thirds of Americans now support all-drug , according to a new survey from the Drug Policy Alliance and the ACLU.

The new data was released on Wednesday ahead of the 50th anniversary of Pres. Nixon's June 17, 1971 declaration of the “war on drugs.”

The survey shows that 66% of Americans would support eliminating all criminal penalties for drug possession and redirecting resources toward a public health approach.

Moreover, 83% of respondents said they think the "War on Drugs" has failed.

Eighty-two percent of Republicans believe that the War on Drugs is a …

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