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Below is an archive of polls conducted for Vote Hemp. For more information and commentary on the polls and to contact our press office, please see our Press Releases page.


2008


March 12, 2008 — Vote Hemp has released a new poll of 807 likely North Dakota voters about industrial hemp. The telephone poll has a 3.5% margin of error and sampled likely North Dakota voters on February 11th. The survey was conducted by the respected research firm Zogby International on behalf of Vote Hemp and funded by Dr. Bronner's Magic Soaps.

According to the poll, a total of 74% support changing federal law to allow farmers to grow hemp, and of those surveyed 40% strongly support and another 34% somewhat support changes so farmers in the U.S. can supply manufacturers with hemp seed, oil and fiber. Presently, American companies must import hemp from other countries.

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Zogby Poll of North Dakota Voters
Conducted February 11, 2008
(PDF file 116k)

Press Release:
New Poll Shows Strong Voter Support for Industrial Hemp Farming in North Dakota
March 12, 2008


2007


March 19, 2007 — Vote Hemp has released a new poll of 801 likely California voters about industrial hemp. The telephone poll has a 3.5% margin of error and sampled likely California voters from February 22-26. The survey was conducted by the respected research firm Zogby International on behalf of Vote Hemp and five manufacturers of hemp food products, including ALPSNACK, French Meadow Bakery, Living Harvest, Nature's Path Organic Foods and Nutiva.

The poll results, released today for the first time, confirm there is strong support for reform on the issue of industrial hemp. A total of 71% support changing state law to allow farmers to grow hemp, including 46% who strongly support and another 25% who somewhat support changing state law so California farmers can supply manufacturers with hemp seed, oil and fiber. Presently, U.S. companies must import their hemp raw materials from other countries.

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Zogby Poll of California Voters
Conducted February 22-26, 2007
(PDF file 116k)

Press Release:
Poll Shows Strong Voter Support for Industrial Hemp Farming in California
March 19, 2007


 

 
 
 
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