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(KSL News) Most Salt Lake City residents want liquor laws relaxed in the city.
A new Dan Jones and Associates poll shows 56 percent of residents surveyed favor changing the laws to make alcohol easier to buy and consume.
Thirty-eight percent -- many who identified themselves as Republicans and members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints -- want no change in liquor laws.
The poll is in response to both finalists in the Salt Lake City mayoral race saying they want to loosen alcohol laws, but neither candidate says he's ready for major reforms.