Tuesday, October 06, 2009

Missouri State Students Begin Political Polling

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A Missouri State University political science class has begun political polling on a variety of issues in Greene County with high hopes of delving into Congressional and U.S. Senate races next year.

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Right now, students are in the process of polling 500 residents on the police and fire pension tax that will face voters in November, as well as right direction/wrong direction numbers for the state, and economic and education questions.

The students hope to have the calling completed by this weekend, and then will break down and weigh the data. Under the supervision of professor Brian Calfano, the class hopes to be ready to release the data by the end of the month.

*WATCH COMMENTS FROM MSU SENIOR KELBY DICKENSHEET ABOVE*

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