The Hawaii Legislature chose not to advance a bill this year to make pot legal, even as more states progress in the opposite direction.
But 44% say it should go all the way to Ala Moana Center instead of shortening the 20-mile route.
But Gov. David Ige gets low marks as does Speaker Scott Saiki, the Legislature and former Honolulu Mayor Kirk Caldwell.
Health authorities fear a wane in demand for COVID-19 vaccines could jeopardize Hawaii’s ability to achieve mass immunity needed to stamp out the disease.
Only 12% say they have chosen not to be immunized for COVID-19. There is also support for vaccine passports and employer mandates.
They also say they are satisfied with voting by mail, especially in a time of coronavirus.
And yet they also believe those very same leaders made the right call on stay-at-home and quarantine orders.
They also strongly favor term limits for prosecutor just like the ones for Honolulu mayor and City Council.
The former television executive is ahead of Keith Amemiya by 20 percentage points and enjoys broad support among most voters.