61 Percent of Washington Voters Say No to Taxes, Majority Embraces Senate Position
A new poll from Moore Information in Portland shows that the vast majority of voters in Washington state turn thumbs-down on tax hikes, even when keywords like “education” and “state services” are mentioned. Some 61 percent of voters statewide said that if they were writing the state budget, they’d reduce spending, even if crucial programs are cut. Just 26 percent say they’d raise taxes.
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