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Should any form of execution be allowed in Oklahoma that is legal under the U.S. constitution?

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State Question 776 Poll Results

Yes

815 votes

66%

No

423 votes

34%

Distribution of answers submitted by American voters.

2 Yes answers
2 No answers
0 overlapping answers

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Learn more about State Question 776

State Question 776 adds a new section to the Oklahoma Constriction which states that methods of execution can be changed. It states that the death penalty is not cruel and unusual punishment. Proponents argue that any form of execution that is legal in the U.S. should be legal in Oklahoma (including lethal injections). Opponents argue that lethal injections should be banned after the state botched the execution of an inmate in 2015.  See recent State Question 776 news

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