Latest Prop 19 Poll Shows 52% Support OpposingViews / Marijuana Policy Project / Mike Meno / 10,02,2010 For the second time this week, a poll of likely California voters shows Proposition 19, the measure to make marijuana legal for all adults, ahead â€“ this time by more than 50 percent. In a just-released survey of 2,004 adult residents throughout the state, the Public Policy Institute of California shows Prop 19 leading by a margin of 52 to 41 percent. Earlier this week, the California Field Poll found Prop 19 up 49 to 42. Some details from the PPI poll: Among California's likely voters, 52 percent favor the proposition to legalize marijuana. Strong majorities of independent (65%), Democratic (63%), and Latino (63%) likely voters support Proposition 19 when read the full ballot title and label, as do those age 18â€“34 (70%). Half of voters (49%) say the outcome of Proposition 19 is very important, with those opposed to the initiative feeling stronger about the outcome: 65 percent of those who plan to vote no say the outcome is very important, compared to 42 percent of likely voters who plan to vote yes. Again, these numbers are promising, but they're no guarantee. All Californians who support sensible marijuana policies need to make sure to come out and vote yes on 19 Nov. 2 â€“ and tell your friends and family to do so as well. And if you haven't already, also check out the Yes on 19 campaign site, and register to vote.