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Poll: Utahns Pleased With Legislative Session

Poll: Utahns Pleased With Legislative Session

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(KSL News) Despite opposition about the government approved funding for Real Salt Lake, most Utahns are pleased with the outcome of the 2007 Legislative session.

How would you rate job performance during Legislative Session?

Gov. Jon Huntsman
Strongly Approve - 28%
Somewhat Approve - 49%
Somewhat Disapprove - 10%
Strongly Disapprove - 4%
Don't Know - 9%

Strongly Approve - 11%
Somewhat Approve - 56%
Somewhat Disapprove - 18%
Strongly Disapprove - 6%
Don't Know - 10%

Margin of error +or- 5%
Source: Dan Jones Poll

In a Dan Jones poll for KSL-TV and the Deseret Morning News, 77 percent strongly or somewhat approve of the job Governor Huntsman did during the session. Sixty-seven percent like what lawmakers did as a whole, while 24 percent disapprove.

Also, 82 percent like the $220 million tax cut. But most Utahns are still skeptical of the governor's new single-rate personal income tax system.

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