Weekly Poll Top Lines March 15

Survey conducted March 13– March 14, 2015 by Remington Research. 671 likely voters participated in the survey. Survey weighted to match expected turnout demographics for the 2016 General Election. Margin of Error is   +/-3.8%. Totals do not always equal 100% due to rounding.

 

Q1: There is a proposal for the state to pay tuition and fees at a Missouri college for students who earn a 3.0 grade point average in high school and perform community service. Students would need to maintain a 3.0 grade point average in college to keep the scholarship. To pay for it, the state would raise the cigarette tax from 17 cents per pack to 90 cents per pack. Do you support or oppose this proposal?

Support…………………..56%

Oppose…………………...36%

Don’t know……………....8%

 

 

Q2: House Joint Resolution 38 would allow Missouri voters to decide whether to continue the practice of daylight savings.  If it came to a vote would you vote to keep daylight savings time?

Yes, would vote to keep…………………..55%

No, would vote to get rid of…….……….36%

Undecided………………………………………..10%

 

 

Q3: SB 271 creates the Missouri Civics Education Initiative. Every high school student attending a public school, charter school, or private school must take and receive a passing grade on a basic civics test similar to what immigrants must take. Do you support or oppose the Missouri Civics Education Initiative?

Support…………………..67%

Oppose…………………..20%

Don’t know…………….13%

 

 

Q4: SB 72 - Under this act, all villages in St. Louis County are automatically disincorporated. The disincorporation of the villages is not subject to review. This act requires the St. Louis County executive to appoint for each village a trustee to close the affairs of the village. All money collected by the trustee in the dissolution process is to be paid to the county. The county executive must use the money for the benefit of the village. Do you support or oppose this act?

Support……………….23%

Oppose……………….30%

Don’t know…………46%