Unlike prior years where U.S. Senate and gubernatorial races competed for voters’ attention, the ballot contests this November would be the only statewide campaigns besides the presidential election.

The MassINC poll also shows 43 percent of participants believe marijuana use makes people more prone to try other drugs. 15 percent of individuals who support Question 4 accept that statement.

The poll carried out after Labor Day’s 506 likely voters, demonstrated a time divide, most distinct around the marijuana question, with more youthful voters more prone to offer the ballot referendums overall.

The poll found more and more people agree — 46-38 — using the argument that charter schools drain money using their company public schools.

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