Poll: Decent marks for lawmakers, special session

Excerpts from a Riley Reserch poll on the Legislature and Emergency Session. View poll here:

“Respondents were more likely to approve than disapprove of the performance of the Oregon legislature during the emergency session (26 percent vs. 17 percent), though over half were neutral/unsure (57 percent).

Although many were unsure on the performance of the legislature during the session, majorities are more likely to support than oppose a change in the Oregon Constitution to provide for regular annual sessions (60 percent vs. 24 percent), with 25 percent saying, “Strongly support.” Some were also were neutral/unsure (16 percent).”

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  • Anonymous

    I’d guess 85% don’t have a clue what the leg even did during the session. So what is it suppose to mean if a majority approves of it?

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