La majorité des répondants pensent que la possession de cannabis destinée à un usage personnel devrait être soit dépénalisée (37%), soit légalisée (28%). Pour en savoir plus, en Anglais, veuillez lire les informations ci-dessous.

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Public support for cannabis law reform in New Zealand is as strong as ever, the NZ Drug Foundation says, citing poll results.

Of those questioned, 65 per cent believed possessing cannabis for personal use should be legalised (28 per cent) or decriminalised (37 per cent).

Foundation executive director Ross Bell says the split matches a survey a year ago when 64 per cent were in favour of change.

"The current system is broken," he said.

"Getting a criminal conviction for possessing cannabis ruins peoples' lives and creates huge downstream costs for society."

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