LSU survey finds support for criminal justice reform and Medicaid expansion
Posted on 4/15/2018 3:28:00 PM.

An LSU Public Policy Research Lab survey finds a majority of Louisiana residents support two of Governor John Bel Edwards' major policy issues – criminal justice reform and Medicaid expansion. Of those surveyed, 61%  say they support the sweeping changes made last year.
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Poll finds more people affected by flood than we thought
Posted on 5/25/2017 4:47:00 AM.

More people may have been affected by the Great Flood of 2016 than we thought, according to a recent LSU survey. Dr. Michael Henderson with the LSU Public Policy Research Lab says 18 percent of residents took on water during the March and August floods. He says 30 percent of workers were also impacted.
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LSU survey finds race relations worsening in eyes of public
Posted on 4/20/2017 11:15:00 AM.

Race relations are worsening in eyes of the public, according to a recent LSU survey. Dr. Michael Henderson with the LSU Public Policy Research Lab says the share of people who believe race relations are getting worse rose by almost 20 percent since 2014.
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Survey finds Louisianans are evenly split over religious freedom laws
Posted on 4/13/2017 10:59:00 AM.

Louisiana residents are evenly split when it comes to religious freedom laws allowing businesses to refuse service to same sex couples based on their religion. That’s according to results from the 2017 Louisiana Survey.

Director of the LSU Public Policy Research Lab Dr. Michael Henderson says this follows the nationwide trend.
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Louisiana Survey finds most residents approve of Medicaid expansion
Posted on 4/11/2017 12:41:00 PM.

Most Louisiana residents approve of Medicaid expansion, according to an LSU survey. Director of the LSU Public Policy Research Lab, Dr. Michael Henderson says 72 percent of respondents for the 2017 Louisiana Survey approve of the expansion. He says the approval rating for the Affordable Care Act has increased over the past few years.
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91 percent of Louisiana residents support equal pay
Posted on 4/6/2017 11:49:00 AM.

The Louisiana Survey finds 91 percent of Louisiana residents support the concept of equal pay for equal work. Director of the LSU Public Policy Research Lab, Dr. Michael Henderson, says it always raises eyebrows when you see such a large majority falling on one side of an issue.
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Louisiana Survey finds broad support for criminal justice reform
Posted on 4/4/2017 10:38:00 AM.

Most Louisianans support criminal justice reform, according to the 2017 Louisiana Survey. According to the poll from the LSU Public Policy Research Lab, 75 percent of voters support shorter sentences for non-violent crimes.
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Optimism regarding the state's direction at a 5-year high
Posted on 3/30/2017 11:18:00 AM.

For the first time since 2012, more people in Louisiana are optimistic about the future of the state, according to the 2017 Louisiana Survey.

Director of the LSU Public Policy Research Lab Michael Henderson says 46% of residents believe the state is headed in the right direction. Henderson credits this to the evolving political landscape.
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Survey finds public does not support lowering TOPS award amount to save money
Posted on 3/28/2017 3:38:00 AM.

Most Louisianans oppose reducing the amount of the TOPS scholarship award to cut costs, according to a recent survey from LSU. State leaders have proposed several means of making TOPS more affordable, including limiting the amount each student receives. Michael Henderson with the LSU Public Policy Research Lab says 64 percent of respondents are not in favor of that method.
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Survey finds the public supports raising taxes to fund some services
Posted on 3/27/2017 2:44:00 PM.

A statewide survey finds a majority of Louisiana residents support higher taxes if the tax revenues go towards public schools, colleges, health care and roads. But Director of the LSU Public Policy Research Lab, Michael Henderson, says their poll doesn’t mean taxpayers are completely fine with just higher taxes to fund government.
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