The Center for Public Policy & Administration at The University of Utah recently completed a survey of Utahns to measure the publicís attitudes and opinions about many of the issues facing the state this year.
Because of economic conditions, the Utah legislature must decide how to allocate limited funds this year. We asked 1,002 Utahns about cutting state services, increasing revenue and using the rainy day fund. The survey also delves into specific policy issues, including transportation, health care and education.
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The Center for Public Policy and Administration is dedicated to providing independent research and analysis to public officials, business and community leaders, nonprofits and others in the state of Utah and surrounding intermountain region. Research focuses upon an array of public policy issues, including tax policy, education, health, human services, water, elections and governance.