Monday, May 11, 2015

Arizonans Realize They Made A Mistake In Electing Doug Ducey Arizona's Governor

44 Percent of Arizonans Disapprove of the Job Governor Doug Ducey Is Doing
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Voters in the state are very unhappy about budget cuts that have recently been made to education in the state at all levels. 63% say they disapprove of the cuts to only 24% who are in support of them. Voters generally think the current amount of funding for both K/12 and higher education in the state is inadequate. 64% think there is not enough K/12 funding to just 10% who think there's too much, and 51% think there is not enough higher education funding to only 22% who think there's too much. 52% of voters say they'd support a one cent increase in the sales tax to help restore lost education funding with only 39% opposed.“Voters are unhappy with the cuts that are being made to education in Arizona,” said Dean Debnam, President of Public Policy Polling. “And that displeasure is showing up in Doug Ducey’s early approval numbers.”

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