If you budgeted based on polls, you would...

Thursday, December 09, 2010 - 09:42 AM

be left with few options.

From Quinnipiac:

56 – 30 percent margin, voters would rather cut services than raise taxes to balance.


52 – 43 percent against layoffs for state workers;
56 – 32 percent in support of furloughs for state workers;
56 – 37 percent against reducing pension benefits for state workers;

78 – 19 percent against reducing state aid to public schools.


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