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Colorado Mesa University partnered with Franklin & Marshall College in Pennsylvania to conduct the Centennial State Survey. The survey tracked Coloradans' perceptions on social, economic and political issues. The survey findings are based on the results of interviews conducted March 22-28, 2017 by the Center for Opinion Research Center at Franklin & Marshall College. The data represents the responses of 532 adult residents of Colorado. The report also discusses differences between the Denver Metro, Western Slope and Southcentral and Eastern regions (view map of region breakdown).

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Key Findings

The Economy

How would you rate the state of the economy in your community today? Would you say that the economy is:

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Recreational Marijuana

As you may know, in 2012 Colorado voters legalized the use of recreational marijuana in the state. Would you say the legalization of recreational marijuana overall has had a:

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