New poll data from Montana:

I-154, the property-rights measure, had the support of 51 percent of those polled, while only 24 percent were against it. 25 percent said they are undecided.

A district court invalidated the initiative because of fraudulent signature-gathering, but the state supreme court has yet to rule on the case and could overturn the lower court’s decision. In any event, valid or not, I-154 will appear on Montanan’s ballots.

And new poll data from Washington regarding I-933:

47 percent of those questioned said they would definitely or probably support the measure, while 31 percent said they opposed it or would probably vote no.

The numbers in Washington represent a weakening of support for I-933. In July, 55 percent were in favor; 23 percent were opposed.