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Annual BSU public policy survey released

The annual BSU Public Policy Survey was released this morning, and among its findings was this: 70 percent of Idahoans in the survey said they agree that the state should adopt an “English only policy.” The number was even higher in North Idaho – 75.4 percent. Here are some of the other findings: There was little agreement on whether or not Idaho should ban elk farms; 80 percent said libraries are “very important;” 62 percent think additional public funds should be used to help provide health insurance to those who can’t afford it; and 60 percent said the state is headed in the right direction, down from just under 64 percent last year.




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