Monday, May 4, 2015

Poll: Two-Thirds Of Respondents Oppose $300M Budget Cut For UW System - Patty Murray, WPR

Nearly two-thirds of respondents in the new Wisconsin Survey are against a proposed $300 million cut in the state budget for the University of Wisconsin System. Support or opposition to the idea appears to break down along party lines. Education came in second when people were asked what Wisconsin's most important problem is. Retired UW-Green Bay political scientist David Littig said that education ranking as among the top priorities for residents is unusual. “Education has never been that high,” Littig said. “So, there's a real spike in education.” When asked specifically about the proposed $300 million cut, 64 percent of respondents said they're against it.

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