Most Idahoans consider Idaho roads and bridges to be adequater, according to a survey conducted by the University of Idaho's Social Science Research Unit. William Spence of the Lewiston Tribune reports: "The first sample result indicated 98 percent of respondents felt roads and bridges were important to Idaho's economy, with 71 percent describing them as very important. The second showed two-thirds of respondents described Idaho's infrastructure as adequate to meet the state's existing transportation needs. However, only 27 percent felt it would still be adequate in 10 years. Finally, 65 percent of respondents said the state's major highways were in good to excellent condition, but fewer than a third felt their county roads met that description." More here.
Question: Do you think Idaho's roads and bridges are adequate?