A new poll by the Coalition to Prevent Underage Drinking shows 85 percent of Floridians say teenagers are likely to use the Internet to purchase alcohol.
It also shows 65 percent of Floridians are against anyone using the Internet to have alcohol shipped to their home.
"If you have a credit card it makes purchasing over the Internet too accessible. It's very simple," said Charles Golenbock, a Tallahassee resident.
A spokesperson for the Florida Coalition to Prevent Underage Drinking says the message is clear that Floridians do not want alcohol sold on the Internet and delivered to homes.
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