Three of Every Four Brazilians Support Medicinal Use of Marijuana

The survey also shows that 79 percent of those interviewed advocate that marijuana-based drugs should be provided free of charge at the Unified Health System (SUS).

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Authorization for the industry to produce medicines based on the marijuana plant is supported by 75 percent of the Brazilian population, according to a survey by DataSenado, obtained exclusively by the newspaper O Estado de S.Paulo. Another 20 percent of those interviewed said they were against it and five percent did not know or preferred not to respond. DataSenado conducts public opinion surveys on issues under discussion at the Congress.

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