A new poll released today found that 58% of respondents approve of allowing Ohioans over the age of 21 to buy and possess marijuana. About 35% opposed the issue, while 6% were undecided.  The poll showed that support is far higher among younger voters. Seventy-six percent of Ohioans from ages 18 to 34 said they support recreational marijuana use, compared with just 43% of Ohioans over 65.  The recreational marijuana issue could appear on the ballot this November. The Coalition to Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol submitted over 224,000 signatures on July 5 to get a proposed law legalizing marijuana on the ballot. However, election officials announced Tuesday that not enough of these signatures were valid. The Coalition now has 10 days to get 679 more valid signatures supporting the proposal.