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Parents want children to go to college, but most aren’t saving for it

A large majority of Oklahoma parents and grandparents – 86 percent – believe it is “very important” that their child or grandchild attends college according to a recent opinion poll conducted by ShapardResearch.  The survey shows...

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Poll: Oklahomans view pensions, public sector employees and their associations very favorably

The most recent SoonerPoll finds that Oklahomans view public sector employees very favorably, including their public pension programs and their associations. “At some point throughout the year, every Oklahoman will interact with or be...

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New Survey Shows Overwhelming Support for Caregiving Legislation

Nearly all Oklahomans think it is important to provide better training for family caregivers, according to a new survey today released by aging advocates at the State Capitol. AARP Oklahoma, which commissioned the non-partisan survey of 400...

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Obama still unpopular in the state, but does anybody care?

Latest quarterly poll results indicate that President Obama is still very unpopular in Oklahoma, with his combined approval at 29 percent among likely Oklahoma voters.  It’s still not the worst he’s been when, during the last...

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News9: OKC Mayor Mick Cornett Holds Lead Over Challengers In New Poll

By Nathan Elliott, News 9 OKLAHOMA CITY — Oklahoma City Mayor Mick Cornett held onto a sizeable lead over his challengers in a new poll released Sunday. Sixty-three percent of likely voters said they would re-elect Cornett to a fourth...

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Oklahomans Split on replacing current Pension System with 401k-style Program

Results from the latest SoonerPoll indicate that likely Oklahoma voters are split over whether to replace the current pension system with a proposed 401k-style system.  In fact, a slight plurality opposed (44.8%) moving the public-sector...

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