57% of Black adults say marijuana should be legal for medical and recreational use by adults; 28% say it should be legal for medical use only.
Public concern about addiction is down even in the parts of the U.S. where drug overdose death rates have increased the most.
Black men are now on par with American Indian or Alaska Native men as the demographic groups most likely to die from overdoses.
U.S. adults who are affiliated with a religion are less likely than religiously unaffiliated adults to support broadly legal marijuana.
Here are six facts about Americans and marijuana from Pew Research Center surveys and other sources.
As more states continue to legalize marijuana, 91% of U.S. adults say either that marijuana should be legal for medical and recreational use.
Police officers in the United States still make more arrests for marijuana offenses than for any other drug, according to FBI data.
Two-thirds of Americans say marijuana use should be legal, reflecting a steady increase over the past decade.
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