Free Thinking Minnesota: Approval of Governor and Opposition to New Sales Tax but Support for Democrats in State Legislative Races and Doubts About Lt. Governor

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Free Thinking Minnesota: Approval of Governor and Opposition to New Sales Tax but Support for Democrats in State Legislative Races and Doubts About Lt. Governor

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2008-08-25

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Despite lingering perceptions of Minnesota as a “lock” for the Democratic Party and supportive of “big government,” the political attitudes of Minnesotan voters are not so clear cut. According to a Minnesota Public Radio News and Humphrey Institute poll, voters do have conservative views on some issues.

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Center for the Study of Politics and Governance, Humphrey School of Public Affairs, UMN

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Jacobs, Lawrence; Miller, Joanne M.. (2008). Free Thinking Minnesota: Approval of Governor and Opposition to New Sales Tax but Support for Democrats in State Legislative Races and Doubts About Lt. Governor. Retrieved from the University Digital Conservancy, https://hdl.handle.net/11299/194925.

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