Poll finds 50% of Wisconsinites thinks cutting state spending by 3% is the solution to the state’s deficit problem.
The following report presents results from the thirtieth statewide survey of Wisconsin residents commissioned by the Wisconsin Policy Research Institute, Inc. (WPRI). The survey was conducted from November 9 to November 10, 2008. Residents were asked their opinions about the most important issues facing the state, the direction of the state and the nation, as well as their thoughts about the future of the state’s and their family’s economic circumstances. Questions about the stock market, charitable giving, health care, public education and the ethics of various occupations were also included.