SALT LAKE CITY — As state lawmakers weigh the next steps over legislation that would set in motion a process to change the controversial name of Dixie State University, a new Deseret News/Hinckley Institute of Politics poll shows just one-fifth of Utahns support a change.
Poll: Most Utahns say Dixie State shouldn't change its name
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