Journal Record: Economic issues, the tea party, and what Oklahomans really think

on Jun 2, 11 • by • with 1 Comment

By Jerrod Shouse, a blogger for the Journal Record and legislative lobbyist at the Oklahoma State Capitol. What are the most important issues facing America: economic issues like taxes, government spending and job creation, or social issues like immigration, gun rights and the right to life? SoonerPoll recently asked...
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By Jerrod Shouse, a blogger for the Journal Record and legislative lobbyist at the Oklahoma State Capitol.

What are the most important issues facing America: economic issues like taxes, government spending and job creation, or social issues like immigration, gun rights and the right to life?

SoonerPoll recently asked Oklahomans about their preferences on economic issues vs. social issues, and the results may surprise you.

Over 500 likely Oklahoma voters were polled, and, of those, 63.3 percent said economic issues are more important than social issues. For 21.2 percent, social issues were the most important, and 15.6 percent had no opinion.

Honestly, I believed more Oklahoma voters would place a greater importance on social issues. But what did I base that belief on?

Read more of this article at journalrecord.com

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One Response to Journal Record: Economic issues, the tea party, and what Oklahomans really think

  1. Loretta Cypress says:

    Being a young and diverse country means we do not yet share a common view on divisive social issues such as gay marriage, gun control and abortion. However, a common thread that we share is our concern for the economy. A recent survey from McLaughlin & Associates shows the economy and jobs are the top issues that will have the most impact on our future.^

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