It’s a dramatic shift from 2006, when just 32% of people supported legalization.

As public perception has improved, the number of states that allow people to purchase marijuana for medical and recreational purposes has grown.

But just because people are willing to tolerate marijuana use in their neighborhood doesn’t mean they’re willing to start a budding relationship with someone who smokes a joint in their free time.

So far, it’s been downloaded by 150,000 users, Market Watch reports.

The app operates with the slogan “You have more friends than you think,” which underscores the app’s goals of connecting cannabis users — or at least people who don’t judge those who smoke weed.

In the app’s blog, Mitchem describes how he’s used the app to go on dates where he’s not vilified for enjoying marijuana, and he’s also met new friends across the country who now have a chance to share their stories with others who actually enjoy them.

, a mobile dating app that looks a lot like Tinder.

You swipe through profiles in much the same way, but the people on the site are mostly involved in the marijuana industry somehow, or are interested in meeting people in the marijuana community.

“There is a need in the cannabis industry for a number of things,” Mitchem told Market Watch.“One of those is social connectivity.” The app launched in February and is free on for i Phone and Android users.Thirty-year-old male seeking fun-loving, adventurous woman. Though general perceptions of marijuana use have become more positive in recent years, there’s still a stigma against regular use in the dating world. It might not be the most conventional dating profile, but it’s certainly going to become more common with dating sites geared directly toward people who are pot’s biggest fans.As a result, the online dating industry is the latest to receive its own specialized niche for marijuana aficionados.More than half the population in the United States said they favor legalizing marijuana, according to data from Gallup and the Pew Research Center as of April 2015.