Wednesday, November 04, 2009

Poll: 50% Greene County Residents Believe Missouri Heading in Right Direction


A new Missouri State University poll shows Greene County residents are a bit more optimistic about their financial futures than you might think.

And a plurality believe the state is heading in the right direction.
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QUESTION: Do you think that a year from now, you and your family will be better off financially than you are now, worse off, or about the same as you are now?

BETTER OFF 38%
WORSE OFF 10%
ABOUT THE SAME 47%

QUESTION: Do you think things in Missouri are generally heading in the right direction or wrong direction?

RIGHT DIRECTION 50%
WRONG DIRECTION 32%
NOT SURE 17%

Both polls based on 591 responses from Greene County residents between Sept. 26th and Oct. 11th. The margin of error is 4%.
PLUS: MSU POLLING DIRECTOR CALFANO ON WHAT RIGHT DIRECTION NUMBER MEANS FOR GOV. NIXON:


video
"I also think it might be a welcome sense of relief for Governor Nixon."

*WATCH CLIPS ABOVE*

MORE from the polls:

Future Economic Thoughts:
38% Democrats believe they'll be better off; 44% of Republicans
60% 18-34 year olds believe they'll be better off; Just 21% of those 55 & Older

State of Missouri Right Direction/Wrong Direction:
REPUBLICANS: 50% Right Direction, 34% Wrong Direction
DEMOCRATS 60% Right Direction, 27% Wrong Direction
MALES 47% Right Direction, 36% Wrong Direction
FEMALES 53% Right Direction, 29% Wrong Direction

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