October 19, 2011


Ohio Poised to Reject Anti-Collective Bargaining Proposal

A new Public Policy Polling survey in Ohio finds voters overwhelmingly intend to reject an anti-collective bargaining bill pushed by Gov. John Kasich (R), 56% to 36%.

The vote on "Issue 2" will be held on November 8.

Kasich is now so unpopular that voters continue to feel significant buyer's remorse about their choice for governor last year. If they could do it over again 54% of voters say they would pick Ted Strickland (D) to only 40% who would stick with Kasich.










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