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Monday, February 21, 2005

Policy Preferences

A survey by the University of Baltimore public policy center indicates Marylanders policy preferences:
The survey also found there was little sentiment for cutting government spending, and many residents believe the state should spend substantially more on the elderly, public schools and public safety.

The survey also suggested that Marylanders lack confidence in the state government's ability solve problems. Go figure.