A survey by Emerson College Polling found 56% of voters want the drug decriminalization and treatment measure repealed completely.
“There’s widespread dissatisfaction with the way that (Measure 110) dollars have been rolled out, the amount of treatment that’s available, and really with the lack of accountability,” Sabet said. “So we decided, why don’t we commission a poll with one of the top New York Times-rated pollsters and … see what happens. And the poll really confirmed what our anecdotal research has shown, which is that Measure 110, in people’s minds, is a failure.”
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