Eighty percent of respondents said they favor a photo ID requirement, which Republican majorities at the Minnesota Legislature have made one of their signature goals of the session. Democrats have almost universally opposed it, arguing that it will prevent members of some groups from voting.
The latest Star Tribune Minnesota poll shows that Minnesotans have little appetite for broad tax increases to balance the state budget. Nearly 60 percent of those polled said income tax hikes for most Minnesotans would be unacceptable.
Sixty-two percent of adults polled statewide approve of the job Obama is doing as president. And the poll published today also shows a jump in respondents who feel good about the general direction of the country.
, April 27, 2009
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