Thursday, March 17, 2011

Madonna Poll: Most in Pa. oppose Corbett education cuts

Poll: Most in Pa. oppose Corbett education cuts

By Susan Phillips
WHYY Newsworks, March 17, 2011
Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Corbett's proposed budget cuts are widely unpopular among the state's voters. A Franklin and Marshall College poll out Thursday shows almost 80 percent of those surveyed oppose the governor's planned reductions to education spending.
Although residents agree, in general, that cuts are necessary, pollster Terry Madonna said a majority of both Democrats and Republicans oppose Corbett's plan when it comes to education.
Read more: http://www.newsworks.org/index.php/local/item/15429-16sppoll

Here's a link to the Center for Opinion Research Floyd Institute for Public Policy Franklin & Marshall College poll report:http://media.pennlive.com/midstate_impact/other/Franklin%20&%20Marshall%20College%20State%20Poll%20Release--3-17-11.pdf

1 comment:

  1. Maybe if the lawmakers weren't also in charge of tax revenue...,maybe if politicians would lead but cutting their on salaries and tax paid expenses..., maybe if they would freeze their salaries..., maybe if they would live and support their families with minimum wages...,maybe if they would exist the way they are suggesting others...,maybe if they would remember they are to represent not dictate...

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