The voters of Oklahoma are about evenly split over the idea of just ending the prohibition of marijuana. Amber Integrated conducted a poll of 500 Oklahoma voters, recently. the sentiments edge slightly to the 'No' side, when asked about a generic question about ending the marijuana prohibition.
When a specific proposal is presented, that opposition may change. SQ807 would heavily tax the sales and promise voters that the money will go to education & mental health programs (we've heard that before, haven't we?). Some may change their opposition if they see personal benefit from the money raised. But others may change their support if it just becomes a vehicle of growing govt. control and create more problems in regulatory schemes.
SQ788 passed with 57% of the vote, but some pointed to the poorly written language and still voted 'No', even though they support the idea that cannabis medicines can be beneficial.
SQ808 faces a much higher mountain to climb because the filer is now sentenced to 9 months of jail on an unrelated matter, and there appears to be no financial backing for the huge task of gathering over 170,000 signatures to put it on the statewide election ballot.
This poll was conducted about a month ago.