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Aussies don't want laws overturned: survey

Australians don't want the federal government to overturn ACT's new laws legalising cannabis for personal use, a survey has found.

The survey, conducted by market research company Roy Morgan, found 62 per cent of Australians were against an intervention.

According to the survey, 27 per cent wanted to see an intervention while 11 per cent couldn't say either way.

ACT passed laws to legalise the cultivation and possession of a small amount of cannabis last month.