Results of the 2013 Post Legislative Survey
2013 Post Legislative Survey Results
Total of 389 responses
1. Would you support legislation requiring randomized drug testing of welfare recipients to ensure benefits are going for those in need only and not to those spending money on illegal drugs?
- 77.7% Y
- 22.3% N
2. Do you believe government employees should be required to “pick-up” 6% of the cost of their pension?
- 74.5% Y
- 25.5% N
3. Some members of the Legislature are pushing for an increase in taxes on individuals earning over $125,000. Do you agree with this?
- 34.6% Y
- 65.4% N
4. Suggested changes to weaken Measure 11, the mandatory minimum sentencing law passed in 1994, appear to be off-the-table in the Legislature. Do you believe the voter-approved Measure 11 sentencing guidelines should be kept intact or reduced?
- 62.1% intact
- 38.2% reduced
5. Do you believe giving drivers’ licenses to undocumented aliens is good public policy?
- 21.3% Y
- 78.7% N
6. Rate the following issues most important to you, 1 being of the utmost importance:
- 30.5% Reducing red-tape for employers and entrepreneurs
- 13.3% Quality of life issues and the environment
- 8.9% Strengthening public safety
- 15.1% Further PERS reform
- 18% More education funding
- 5.5% Education reforms such as charter schools, intra district transfers
- 7.8% Aging parents and elder care issues
- None received: Other
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