Posts Tagged ‘Lawsuit reform’

  • Henry finishes second term with high marks despite unpopular decisions

    on Jan 3, 11 • in Governor • with No Comments

    Governor Brad Henry will finish his second term as governor with a 70.8 percent approval rating, despite dropping significantly in the midst of a political environment often marred by anti-establishment and anti-Democrat sentiments. According to SoonerPoll, Henry’s approval rating had been slowly declining in recent years reaching his lowest approval on record of 62.2 percent in October before surging to 70.8 percent following the November election. “The remarkable thing about Brad Henry is how his approval ratings defy the political environment.” Keith Gaddie, Vice President of SoonerPoll, said. “In the past, many of us attributed

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  • Poll Results Indicate Oklahomans Overwhelmingly Demand Lawsuit Reform

    on Mar 5, 09 • in Statewide • with No Comments

    OKLAHOMA CITY – A new survey released today finds that 64% of likely voting Oklahomans support the Oklahoma Legislature passing significant lawsuit reform and decreasing the number of lawsuits filed in Oklahoma. More than 75% of Oklahomans believe that the number of lawsuits filed against businesses, doctors and hospitals in Oklahoma significantly increases the prices middle class families have to pay for products, services and medical care.  Additionally, 80.9% of respondents support letting the voters decide if they want to lower the current maximum attorney fee from fifty percent to a lesser amount. SoonerPoll.com, a

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  • Oklahomans show considerable support for lawsuit reform and road funding, new survey finds.

    on Mar 28, 05 • in Statewide • with No Comments

    OKLAHOMA CITY – A new survey released today finds that more than three out of four Oklahomans support significant lawsuit reform in Oklahoma, which includes lowering lawyers’ fees and decreasing the number of lawsuits filed in Oklahoma. Additionally, 71.1% of Oklahomans support using new growth revenue from the motor vehicle fees and registrations to repair and maintain the state’s roads and bridges. SoonerPoll.com, a public opinion research firm in Oklahoma City, conducted the telephone poll of 502 statewide likely voters last Wednesday and Thursday for The State Chamber. The margin of error for the survey

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