(ONN) – A poll from Baldwin Wallace University in suburban Cleveland looks at the two statewide issues that will be decided in the November election.
Issue one, which would enshrine abortion rights into the state’s constitution, has the support of 58 percent of the 850 registered voters surveyed. That includes 89 percent of Democrats, 39 percent of Republicans and 51 percent of independents.
State issue two, which seeks to legalize recreational marijuana in Ohio, has the support of 57 percent of those surveyed.
The poll also shows 47 percent of Ohioans hold a favorable view of former President Trump, while 38 percent feel the same about President Biden.
See what other issues and races are on the ballot in Hancock County by clicking here for the Hancock County Board of Elections.