53%
Yes
47%
No
42%
Yes
36%
No
9%
Yes, for most but not all drugs
7%
No, but decriminalise drugs that offer medicinal benefits such as marijuana
1%
Yes, and retroactively reduce sentences for those already serving time
2%
No, but increase funding for addiction prevention and rehabilitation
1%
No, and increase punishment for drug dealers
1%
No, we should pass tougher drug laws

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Other Popular Answers

Unique answers from Ireland users whose views extended beyond the provided choices.

 @9NLLGK4answered…2wks2W

yes, only for clinically controlled, commercially safe drugs, and only for relatively safe ages 25+ years of age to prevent brain deterioration.

 @8C5RDBVanswered…4yrs4Y

Yes, but it should be highly regulated and banned from public streets.

 @9N5NCSPanswered…3wks3W

Only weed as it is beneficial for many reasons. It reduces anxiety which is a major health issue for all ages currently. It is also great for chronic pain which I suffer with.

 @9JPSTLGanswered…4mos4MO

Yes, I don't agree with the legalisation of drugs but the legalisation of safe drugs will save many lives.

 @9JJWFYQ answered…5mos5MO

decrinimalise the likes of marijuana, reduce/release those already serving time (depending on the crime), and decrimialise it followed by class A abuse, meanwhile decriminalise class A amongst those in treatment.

 @ISIDEWITHanswered…5mos5MO

Yes to some drugs with medicinal benefits like merijuana and fund education of harm reduction and rehabilitation

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