New Polling Shows Iowa Voters Dissatisfied



Shelby Cloke, Public Relations Manager
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Published: 11.21.11| Updated: 11.21.11

November 21st, 2011 (DES MOINES, IOWA) –  Iowa voters want state legislators to focus on rebuilding our local economy and creating jobs. A recently released poll from Anzalone Listz Research shows nearly half of Iowa voters are dissatisfied with the priorities the state legislature focused on this past 2011 session.

“Iowans elected our state leaders to improve our economy and create jobs to get our family members, friends, and neighbors back to work,” said Planned Parenthood of the Heartland CEO and President Jill June.

“This session, more than ever, Iowans are relying on our legislators to tackle the issues that matter most.”

Following jobs and the economy, important issues to voters were education, the budget and taxes.

Only 2 percent of Iowa voters said social issues should be the top priority. 

A summary of the results is available here.


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