Morrison Institute Polls
October 30, 2012 / In addition to selecting a slew of candidates, Arizonans must decipher nine ballot initiatives – with nearly three-quarters of voters saying they often find the measures too complicated and confusing to fully understand, according to a Morrison Institute Poll.
Despite Arizona’s reputation for strong anti-immigrant sentiments, less than a third of Arizonans believe the controversial SB 1070 law benefitted the state, according to results of a new Morrison Institute poll examining a wide range of issues including immigration and Latinos.
A Morrison Institute for Public Policy poll released Tuesday found that more than half of Arizonans say they or someone in their household would be very likely (29 percent) or somewhat likely (25 percent) to use a high-speed train between the Phoenix and Tucson metropolitan areas at least two or three times per year.
- Merrill/Morrison Institute Poll looks at education
- Merrill/Morrison Institute Poll looks at key legislative issues
- Merrill/Morrison Institute Poll: 73% of Arizonans support Dream Act
- Merrill/Morrison Institute Poll: Obama vs. Romney at 'toss-up' in Arizona
- MI Poll: Arizonans favor open primary for state
- MI Poll: Immigration enforcement, pathway to citizenship favored
- Poll: Voters dissatisfied with state leaders, budget tactics
- Poll: Majority of Arizonans favor provisions within SB 1070
- Poll: Arizonans want open, nonpartisan primary