Coach O to voice flood recovery PSA
Posted on 5/15/2017 11:52:00 AM.

LSU’s head football coach Ed Orgeron is helping spread the word about how flood victims can get federal assistance. The governor’s spokesperson Richard Carbo says Coach O said he wants to be as helpful as possible during the recovery process. The newly-minted head coach will be the voice of PSAs about the ongoing recovery efforts.
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Richard Carbo, Coach O, flood recovery, survey

TIP survey finds Louisianans concerned about jobs, economy
Posted on 4/21/2017 11:48:00 AM.

A group opposing Governor John Bel Edwards tax plan has paid for a poll that shows a majority of Louisiana residents are concerned about the economy and oppose higher taxes on businesses.
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Kelli Bottgher, Truth In Politics, survey, taxes, jobs, economy

DOE: Families are satisfied with early childhood providers
Posted on 3/28/2017 4:50:00 AM.

Most families are satisfied with their child’s early childhood provider. That’s according to a recent survey from the Department of Education, which finds 90 percent of respondents are likely to choose their program again.
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Jenna Conway, DOE, early childhood, survey, education

Poll: 63% of Louisianans believe the state is heading in wrong direction
Posted on 3/17/2016 12:05:00 PM.

An LSU Public Policy Research lab survey finds 63 percent of Louisianans believe the state is heading in the wrong direction. This is the most on record since the survey began tracking opinions in 2003.
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LSU Public Policy Research Lab, Michael Henderson, survey, wrong direction

DOTD still wants input on I-10 corridor
Posted on 5/25/2015 3:32:00 PM.
The state Department of Transportation continues to gather feedback from motorists on how I-10 through the Baton Rouge area should be improved.  People can go online to i10br-dot-com and take a 21 question survey through the end of the month.  
Louisiana, Department of Transportation, Rodney Mallett, I-10, survey

Survey shows voters want TOPS program to stay as is
Posted on 5/15/2015 10:53:00 AM.
High School graduation season is underway and a recent statewide survey shows almost two-thirds of voters favor the TOPS scholarship program to remain fully funded despite lawmakers efforts to put a cap on the awards.  A bill that would put limits on TOPS scholarship awards has passed the Senate and will be considered in the House.  
Louisiana, TOPS, scholarships, budget crisis, survey, Bernie Pinsonat

Poll shows how voters want the state to deal with budget
Posted on 5/14/2015 3:37:00 AM.
A recent Southern Media and Opinion Research poll shows that voters approve of a series of revenue generating bills the House passed to cover state's $1.6 billion budget deficit.  Pollster Bernie Pinsonat says 67-percent of respondents want to see the state raise revenue from several different sources to deal with the budget crisis.
Bernie Pinsonat, Louisiana, budget, poll, survey

Louisiana's support of legalizing same-sex marriage lags behind the nation
Posted on 4/7/2015 10:47:00 AM.
A recent LSU Public Policy Research Lab poll finds support for legally recognized same-sex marriage in Louisiana lags well behind the national average, but the gap between supporters and opponents is shrinking.  Director Michael Henderson says national support for same-sex marriage is between 55- and 60-percent.

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same-sex marriage, LSU, Public Policy Research Lab, Michael Henderson, survey

Survey shows Louisianians want the budget deficit resolved through spending cuts and tax hikes
Posted on 3/25/2015 3:51:00 AM.
The 2015 Louisiana Survey reveals that 83-percent of Louisianians want the state's budget deficit to be resolved through a combination of spending cuts and tax hikes.  LSUís Public Policy Research Lab Director Michael Henderson says people would prefer one over the other.

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LSU, Public Policy Research Lab, Michael Henderson, survey, budget

LSU survey finds more people like the direction the state is heading in
Posted on 3/19/2015 11:40:00 AM.
LSU's Public Policy Research Lab's 2015 Louisiana Survey shows more Louisianians feel the state is heading in the right direction.  The survey indicates that 44-percent of residents feel Louisiana is moving forward, up from 38-percent two years ago.  

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