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91女神/YouGov PollIn 2020, 91女神 launched the 91女神/YouGov poll to provide researchers and policymakers with a scientific assessment of Missouri public opinion. Recent poll results are below.

February 2024 Poll Results

In February, the 91女神/YouGov Poll surveyed 900 likely Missouri voters to assess their opinions concerning issues facing the Missouri Legislature, Missouri political actors, school safety, guns and other issues important to Missouri voters.

Analyses of February 2024 Poll from 91女神/YouGov Poll Directors

The 91女神/YouGov Poll brings national attention to Missouri politics, receiving coverage from The Washington Post, Politico and MSNBC, amongst other outlets. To get the latest updates, follow the 91女神 Poll team on .

Approval Ratings of National and State Political Actors

President Joe Biden
Likely voters' responses to 'Do you approve or disapprove of the way each is doing their job鈥resident Joe Biden?': 14% Strongly approve, 23% Approve, 10% Disapprove, 52% Strongly disapprove, and 2% Not sure. Democratic voters' responses: ' 34% Strongly approve, 52% Approve, 7% Disapprove, 5% Strongly disapprove, and 2% Not sure. Republican voters' responses:  1% Strongly approve, 2% Approve, 10% Disapprove, 86% Strongly disapprove, and 0% Not sure.Likely voters' responses to "Do you approve or disapprove of the way each is doing their job鈥resident Joe Biden?": 14% Strongly approve, 23% Approve, 10% Disapprove, 52% Strongly disapprove, and 2% Not sure. Democratic voters' responses: 34% Strongly approve, 52% Approve, 7% Disapprove, 5% Strongly disapprove, and 2% Not sure. Republican voters' responses: 1% Strongly approve, 2% Approve, 10% Disapprove, 86% Strongly disapprove, and 0% Not sure.
Governor Mike Parson
Likely voters' responses to 'Do you approve or disapprove of the way each is doing their job鈥overnor Mike Parson?': 15% Strongly approve, 37% Approve, 17% Disapprove, 25% Strongly disapprove, and 7% Not sure. Democratic voters' responses: ' 3% Strongly approve, 8% Approve, 28% Disapprove, 53% Strongly disapprove, and 8% Not sure. Republican voters' responses:  28% Strongly approve, 57% Approve, 6% Disapprove, 1% Strongly disapprove, and 7% Not sure.Likely voters' responses to "Do you approve or disapprove of the way each is doing their job鈥overnor Mike Parson?": 15% Strongly approve, 37% Approve, 17% Disapprove, 25% Strongly disapprove, and 7% Not sure. Democratic voters' responses: 3% Strongly approve, 8% Approve, 28% Disapprove, 53% Strongly disapprove, and 8% Not sure. Republican voters' responses: 28% Strongly approve, 57% Approve, 6% Disapprove, 1% Strongly disapprove, and 7% Not sure.
Senator Josh Hawley
Likely voters' responses to 'Do you approve or disapprove of the way each is doing their job鈥enator Josh Haley?': 27% Strongly approve, 23% Approve, 7% Disapprove, 34% Strongly disapprove, and 9% Not sure. Democratic voters' responses: ' 2% Strongly approve, 5% Approve, 10% Disapprove, 75% Strongly disapprove, and 8% Not sure. Republican voters' responses:  50% Strongly approve, 36% Approve, 4% Disapprove, 1% Strongly disapprove, and 9% Not sure.Likely voters' responses to "Do you approve or disapprove of the way each is doing their job鈥enator Josh Hawley?": 27% Strongly approve, 23% Approve, 7% Disapprove, 34% Strongly disapprove, and 9% Not sure. Democratic voters' responses: 2% Strongly approve, 5% Approve, 10% Disapprove, 75% Strongly disapprove, and 8% Not sure. Republican voters' responses: 50% Strongly approve, 36% Approve, 4% Disapprove, 1% Strongly disapprove, and 9% Not sure.
Senator Eric Schmitt
Likely voters' responses to 'Do you approve or disapprove of the way each is doing their job鈥enator Eric Schmitt?': 18% Strongly approve, 27% Approve, 11% Disapprove, 25% Strongly disapprove, and 20% Not sure. Democratic voters' responses: ' 2% Strongly approve, 6% Approve, 16% Disapprove, 58% Strongly disapprove, and 19% Not sure. Republican voters' responses:  30% Strongly approve, 45% Approve, 3% Disapprove, 0% Strongly disapprove, and 21% Not sure.Likely voters' responses to "Do you approve or disapprove of the way each is doing their job鈥enator Eric Schmitt?": 18% Strongly approve, 27% Approve, 11% Disapprove, 25% Strongly disapprove, and 20% Not sure. Democratic voters' responses: 2% Strongly approve, 6% Approve, 16% Disapprove, 58% Strongly disapprove, and 19% Not sure. Republican voters' responses: 30% Strongly approve, 45% Approve, 3% Disapprove, 0% Strongly disapprove, and 21% Not sure.
U.S. Supreme Court
Likely voters' responses to 'Do you approve or disapprove of the way each is doing their job鈥he US Supreme Court?': 4% Strongly approve, 39% Approve, 29% Disapprove, 22% Strongly disapprove, and 6% Not sure. Democratic voters' responses: ' 4% Strongly approve, 10% Approve, 36% Disapprove, 43% Strongly disapprove, and 7% Not sure. Republican voters' responses:  7% Strongly approve, 61% Approve, 25% Disapprove, 3% Strongly disapprove, and 4% Not sure.Likely voters' responses to "Do you approve or disapprove of the way each is doing their job鈥he U.S. Supreme Court?": 4% Strongly approve, 39% Approve, 29% Disapprove, 22% Strongly disapprove, and 6% Not sure. Democratic voters' responses: 4% Strongly approve, 10% Approve, 36% Disapprove, 43% Strongly disapprove, and 7% Not sure. Republican voters' responses: 7% Strongly approve, 61% Approve, 25% Disapprove, 3% Strongly disapprove, and 4% Not sure.
U.S. Congress
Likely voters' responses to 'Do you approve or disapprove of the way each is doing their job鈥he US Congress?': 2% Strongly approve, 12% Approve, 51% Disapprove, 27% Strongly disapprove, and 8% Not sure. Democratic voters' responses: ' 4% Strongly approve, 15% Approve, 41% Disapprove, 34% Strongly disapprove, and 5% Not sure. Republican voters' responses:  2% Strongly approve, 12% Approve, 55% Disapprove, 19% Strongly disapprove, and 12% Not sure.Likely voters' responses to "Do you approve or disapprove of the way each is doing their job鈥he US Congress?": 2% Strongly approve, 12% Approve, 51% Disapprove, 27% Strongly disapprove, and 8% Not sure. Democratic voters' responses: 4% Strongly approve, 15% Approve, 41% Disapprove, 34% Strongly disapprove, and 5% Not sure. Republican voters' responses: 2% Strongly approve, 12% Approve, 55% Disapprove, 19% Strongly disapprove, and 12% Not sure.
Missouri State Legislature
Likely voters' responses to 'Do you approve or disapprove of the way each is doing their job鈥he Missouri State Legislature?': 4% Strongly approve, 41% Approve, 22% Disapprove, 22% Strongly disapprove, and 12% Not sure. Democratic voters' responses: ' 3% Strongly approve, 14% Approve, 27% Disapprove, 48% Strongly disapprove, and 8% Not sure. Republican voters' responses:  6% Strongly approve, 63% Approve, 12% Disapprove, 2% Strongly disapprove, and 16% Not sure.Likely voters' responses to "Do you approve or disapprove of the way each is doing their job鈥he Missouri State Legislature?": 4% Strongly approve, 41% Approve, 22% Disapprove, 22% Strongly disapprove, and 12% Not sure. Democratic voters' responses: 3% Strongly approve, 14% Approve, 27% Disapprove, 48% Strongly disapprove, and 8% Not sure. Republican voters' responses: 6% Strongly approve, 63% Approve, 12% Disapprove, 2% Strongly disapprove, and 16% Not sure.

2024 Governor Election

General Election
Likely voters' responses to 'If the election for the Governor of the state of Missouri were being held today, who would you vote for?': 38% D, 52% R, 1% Other, and 8% Not sure.Likely voters' responses to "If the election for the Governor of the state of Missouri were being held today, who would you vote for?": 38% D, 52% R, 1% Other, and 8% Not sure.
Preferred Republican Candidate for Republican Supporters
Likely voters' responses to 'Which of the following Republican candidates for Governor would you be most likely to support?': 28% Jay Ashcroft, 8% Bill Eigel, 10% Mike Kehoe, 3% Chris Wright, 49% Not sure, and 1% Other.Likely voters' responses to "Which of the following Republican candidates for Governor would you be most likely to support?": 28% Jay Ashcroft, 8% Bill Eigel, 10% Mike Kehoe, 3% Chris Wright, 49% Not sure, and 1% Other.
Preferred Democratic Candidate for Democratic Supporters

Likely voters' responses to 'Which of the following Democratic candidates for Governor would you be most likely to support?': 4% Sheryl Gladney, 5% Mike Hamra, 21% Crystal Quade, 4% Sarah Unsicker, 66% Not sure, and 0% Other.

Likely voters' responses to "Which of the following Democratic candidates for Governor would you be most likely to support?": 4% Sheryl Gladney, 5% Mike Hamra, 21% Crystal Quade, 4% Sarah Unsicker, 66% Not sure, and 0% Other.

Abortion, Sports Betting, Death Penalty and Immigration

Constitutional Amendment to Address Abortion
Likely voters' responses to 'Would you support the above ballot proposition?': 44% Yes, 37% No, and 19% Not sure. Democratic voters' responses: ' 71% Yes, 11% No, and 19% Not sure. Republican voters' responses:  24% Yes, 56% No, and 20% Not sure.Likely voters' responses to "Would you support the above ballot proposition?": 44% Yes, 37% No, and 19% Not sure. Democratic voters' responses: 71% Yes, 11% No, and 19% Not sure. Republican voters' responses: 24% Yes, 56% No, and 20% Not sure.
Betting on Professional Sports
Likely voters' responses to 'Do you think the following should be legal in the state of Missouri for those who are 21 years old or older鈥etting on professional sports?': 60% Should be legal, 25% Should not be legal, and 14% Not Sure. Democratic voters' responses: ' 65% Should be legal, 20% Should not be legal, and 15% Not Sure. Republican voters' responses:  58% Should be legal, 28% Should not be legal, and 14% Not Sure.Likely voters' responses to "Do you think the following should be legal in the state of Missouri for those who are 21 years old or older鈥etting on professional sports?": 60% Should be legal, 25% Should not be legal, and 14% Not Sure. Democratic voters' responses: 65% Should be legal, 20% Should not be legal, and 15% Not Sure. Republican voters' responses: 58% Should be legal, 28% Should not be legal, and 14% Not Sure.
Betting on Collegiate Sports
Likely voters' responses to 'Do you think the following should be legal in the state of Missouri for those who are 21 years old or older鈥etting on collegiate sports?': 47% Should be legal, 39% Should not be legal, and 14% Not Sure. Democratic voters' responses: ' 50% Should be legal, 34% Should not be legal, and 15% Not Sure. Republican voters' responses:  44% Should be legal, 42% Should not be legal, and 13% Not Sure.Likely voters' responses to "Do you think the following should be legal in the state of Missouri for those who are 21 years old or older鈥etting on collegiate sports?": 47% Should be legal, 39% Should not be legal, and 14% Not Sure. Democratic voters' responses:  50% Should be legal, 34% Should not be legal, and 15% Not Sure. Republican voters' responses: 44% Should be legal, 42% Should not be legal, and 13% Not Sure.
Video Lottery Gaming in Convenience Stores
Likely voters' responses to 'Do you think the following should be legal in the state of Missouri for those who are 21 years old or older鈥ideo lottery gaming machines in convenience stores?': 46% Should be legal, 40% Should not be legal, and 14% Not Sure. Democratic voters' responses: ' 49% Should be legal, 37% Should not be legal, and 14% Not Sure. Republican voters' responses:  43% Should be legal, 43% Should not be legal, and 13% Not Sure.Likely voters' responses to "Do you think the following should be legal in the state of Missouri for those who are 21 years old or older鈥ideo lottery gaming machines in convenience stores?": 46% Should be legal, 40% Should not be legal, and 14% Not Sure. Democratic voters' responses: 49% Should be legal, 37% Should not be legal, and 14% Not Sure. Republican voters' responses: 43% Should be legal, 43% Should not be legal, and 13% Not Sure.
Video Lottery Gaming in Bars and Other Locations
Likely voters' responses to 'Do you think the following should be legal in the state of Missouri for those who are 21 years old or older鈥ideo lottery gaming machines in bars, truck stops, fraternal organizations, and veterans' organizations?': 54% Should be legal, 31% Should not be legal, and 15% Not Sure. Democratic voters' responses: ' 57% Should be legal, 27% Should not be legal, and 16% Not Sure. Republican voters' responses:  52% Should be legal, 33% Should not be legal, and 15% Not Sure.Likely voters' responses to "Do you think the following should be legal in the state of Missouri for those who are 21 years old or older鈥ideo lottery gaming machines in bars, truck stops, fraternal organizations, and veterans' organizations?": 54% Should be legal, 31% Should not be legal, and 15% Not Sure. Democratic voters' responses: 57% Should be legal, 27% Should not be legal, and 16% Not Sure. Republican voters' responses: 52% Should be legal, 33% Should not be legal, and 15% Not Sure.
Death Penalty in Cases of First-Degree Murder
Likely voters' responses to 'Do you favor or oppose the following in the state of Missouri鈥eath penalty sentences in cases of first-degree murder?': 62% Favor, 24% Oppose, and 14% Not Sure. Democratic voters' responses: ' 37% Favor, 41% Oppose, and 22% Not Sure. Republican voters' responses:  86% Favor, 6% Oppose, and 8% Not Sure.Likely voters' responses to "Do you favor or oppose the following in the state of Missouri鈥eath penalty sentences in cases of first-degree murder?": 62% Favor, 24% Oppose, and 14% Not Sure. Democratic voters' responses: 37% Favor, 41% Oppose, and 22% Not Sure. Republican voters' responses: 86% Favor, 6% Oppose, and 8% Not Sure.
Commute Death Penalty Sentences
Likely voters' responses to 'Do you favor or oppose the following in the state of Missouri鈥he Governor being allowed to change death penalty sentences to life in prison without parole?': 52% Favor, 30% Oppose, and 18% Not Sure. Democratic voters' responses: ' 59% Favor, 22% Oppose, and 18% Not Sure. Republican voters' responses:  42% Favor, 41% Oppose, and 17% Not Sure.Likely voters' responses to "Do you favor or oppose the following in the state of Missouri鈥he Governor being allowed to change death penalty sentences to life in prison without parole?": 52% Favor, 30% Oppose, and 18% Not Sure. Democratic voters' responses: 59% Favor, 22% Oppose, and 18% Not Sure. Republican voters' responses: 42% Favor, 41% Oppose, and 17% Not Sure.
Judge Deciding Death Penalty for Hung Jury

Likely voters' responses to 'Do you favor or oppose the following in the state of Missouri鈥hen a jury cannot unanimously agree to sentence the death penalty, the judge decides whether to sentence the death penalty or life in prison without parole?': 48% Favor, 35% Oppose, and 16% Not Sure. Democratic voters' responses: ' 33% Favor, 48% Oppose, and 19% Not Sure. Republican voters' responses:  67% Favor, 21% Oppose, and 12% Not Sure.Likely voters' responses to "Do you favor or oppose the following in the state of Missouri鈥hen a jury cannot unanimously agree to sentence the death penalty, the judge decides whether to sentence the death penalty or life in prison without parole?": 48% Favor, 35% Oppose, and 16% Not Sure. Democratic voters' responses: 33% Favor, 48% Oppose, and 19% Not Sure. Republican voters' responses: 67% Favor, 21% Oppose, and 12% Not Sure.

U.S.-Mexico Border Crisis
Likely voters' responses to 'Do you agree or disagree with the following statements鈥he U.S.-Mexican border situation is a crisis that needs to be resolved immediately?': 75% Agree, 18% Disagree, and 8% Not Sure. Democratic voters' responses: ' 47% Agree, 37% Disagree, and 17% Not Sure. Republican voters' responses:  97% Agree, 1% Disagree, and 2% Not Sure.Likely voters' responses to "Do you agree or disagree with the following statements鈥he U.S.-Mexican border situation is a crisis that needs to be resolved immediately?": 75% Agree, 18% Disagree, and 8% Not Sure. Democratic voters' responses: 47% Agree, 37% Disagree, and 17% Not Sure. Republican voters' responses: 97% Agree, 1% Disagree, and 2% Not Sure.

Grocery Taxes, Property Taxes and Daylight Savings Time

Eliminate State Sales Taxes on Groceries
Likely voters' responses to 'Do you support the following policies鈥liminate existing state sale taxes on groceries?': 49% Strongly support, 32% Support, 9% Oppose, 2% Strongly oppose, and 8% Not sure. Democratic voters' responses: ' 42% Strongly support, 38% Support, 9% Oppose, 2% Strongly oppose, and 9% Not sure. Republican voters' responses:  49% Strongly support, 34% Support, 10% Oppose, 0% Strongly oppose, and 7% Not sure.Likely voters' responses to "Do you support the following policies鈥liminate existing state sale taxes on groceries?": 49% Strongly support, 32% Support, 9% Oppose, 2% Strongly oppose, and 8% Not sure. Democratic voters' responses: 42% Strongly support, 38% Support, 9% Oppose, 2% Strongly oppose, and 9% Not sure. Republican voters' responses: 49% Strongly support, 34% Support, 10% Oppose, 0% Strongly oppose, and 7% Not sure.
Local Sales Taxes on Groceries
Likely voters' responses to 'Do you support the following policies鈥liminate existing local sale taxes on groceries?': 44% Strongly support, 28% Support, 15% Oppose, 3% Strongly oppose, and 10% Not sure. Democratic voters' responses: ' 33% Strongly support, 31% Support, 18% Oppose, 4% Strongly oppose, and 14% Not sure. Republican voters' responses:  47% Strongly support, 33% Support, 15% Oppose, 0% Strongly oppose, and 5% Not sure.Likely voters' responses to "Do you support the following policies鈥liminate existing local sale taxes on groceries?": 44% Strongly support, 28% Support, 15% Oppose, 3% Strongly oppose, and 10% Not sure. Democratic voters' responses: 33% Strongly support, 31% Support, 18% Oppose, 4% Strongly oppose, and 14% Not sure. Republican voters' responses: 47% Strongly support, 33% Support, 15% Oppose, 0% Strongly oppose, and 5% Not sure.
Local Sales Taxes on Groceries If State Reimburses Revenue
Likely voters' responses to 'Do you support the following policies鈥liminate existing local sale taxes on groceries if the state replaces lost revenue for local governments?': 31% Strongly support, 29% Support, 13% Oppose, 8% Strongly oppose, and 18% Not sure. Democratic voters' responses: ' 36% Strongly support, 33% Support, 6% Oppose, 6% Strongly oppose, and 19% Not sure. Republican voters' responses:  28% Strongly support, 26% Support, 20% Oppose, 9% Strongly oppose, and 17% Not sure.Likely voters' responses to "Do you support the following policies鈥liminate existing local sale taxes on groceries if the state replaces lost revenue for local governments?": 31% Strongly support, 29% Support, 13% Oppose, 8% Strongly oppose, and 18% Not sure. Democratic voters' responses: 36% Strongly support, 33% Support, 6% Oppose, 6% Strongly oppose, and 19% Not sure. Republican voters' responses: 28% Strongly support, 26% Support, 20% Oppose, 9% Strongly oppose, and 17% Not sure.
Taxes for Older Adults
Likely voters' responses to 'Do you agree or disagree with the following statements鈥roperty taxes should not be raised for Missouri homeowners who are 62 years old or older?': 80% Agree, 13% Disagree, and 8% Not Sure. Democratic voters' responses: ' 72% Agree, 16% Disagree, and 12% Not Sure. Republican voters' responses:  88% Agree, 9% Disagree, and 2% Not Sure.Likely voters' responses to "Do you agree or disagree with the following statements鈥roperty taxes should not be raised for Missouri homeowners who are 62 years old or older?": 80% Agree, 13% Disagree, and 8% Not Sure. Democratic voters' responses: 72% Agree, 16% Disagree, and 12% Not Sure. Republican voters' responses: 88% Agree, 9% Disagree, and 2% Not Sure.
Daylight Savings Time
Likely voters' responses to "In Missouri, which of the following would you prefer to see?": 47% Daylight Savings Time all year round with more daylight in the evening and less in the morning, 31% Standard Time all year round with more daylight in the morning and less in the evening, 16% Switch back and forth between Daylight Savings and Standard Time like most states do now, and 6% Not sure. Democratic voters' responses: 47% Daylight Savings Time all year round with more daylight in the evening and less in the morning, 32% Standard Time all year round with more daylight in the morning and less in the evening, 14% Switch back and forth between Daylight Savings and Standard Time like most states do now, and 7% Not sure. Republican voters' responses:  52% Daylight Savings Time all year round with more daylight in the evening and less in the morning, 24% Standard Time all year round with more daylight in the morning and less in the evening, 19% Switch back and forth between Daylight Savings and Standard Time like most states do now, and 5% Not sure.Likely voters' responses to "In Missouri, which of the following would you prefer to see?": 47% Daylight Savings Time all year round with more daylight in the evening and less in the morning, 31% Standard Time all year round with more daylight in the morning and less in the evening, 16% Switch back and forth between Daylight Savings and Standard Time like most states do now, and 6% Not sure. Democratic voters' responses: 47% Daylight Savings Time all year round with more daylight in the evening and less in the morning, 32% Standard Time all year round with more daylight in the morning and less in the evening, 14% Switch back and forth between Daylight Savings and Standard Time like most states do now, and 7% Not sure. Republican voters' responses: 52% Daylight Savings Time all year round with more daylight in the evening and less in the morning, 24% Standard Time all year round with more daylight in the morning and less in the evening, 19% Switch back and forth between Daylight Savings and Standard Time like most states do now, and 5% Not sure.

Open Enrollment

Students Enroll Outside of Their District
Likely voters' responses to 'Do you support or oppose the following policies鈥llow students to enroll in public schools outside of the school district where they live?': 21% Strongly support, 38% Support, 20% Oppose, 10% Strongly oppose, and 11% Not sure. Democratic voters' responses: ' 13% Strongly support, 40% Support, 24% Oppose, 12% Strongly oppose, and 12% Not sure. Republican voters' responses:  26% Strongly support, 38% Support, 16% Oppose, 11% Strongly oppose, and 9% Not sure.Likely voters' responses to "Do you support or oppose the following policies鈥llow students to enroll in public schools outside of the school district where they live?": 21% Strongly support, 38% Support, 20% Oppose, 10% Strongly oppose, and 11% Not sure. Democratic voters' responses: 13% Strongly support, 40% Support, 24% Oppose, 12% Strongly oppose, and 12% Not sure. Republican voters' responses: 26% Strongly support, 38% Support, 16% Oppose, 11% Strongly oppose, and 9% Not sure.
Students Enroll Outside of Their District Excluding Charter Schools
Likely voters' responses to 'Do you support or oppose the following policies鈥llow students to enroll in public schools, excluding charter schools, outside of the school district where they live?': 11% Strongly support, 34% Support, 25% Oppose, 12% Strongly oppose, and 18% Not sure. Democratic voters' responses: ' 11% Strongly support, 35% Support, 23% Oppose, 14% Strongly oppose, and 17% Not sure. Republican voters' responses:  13% Strongly support, 36% Support, 23% Oppose, 11% Strongly oppose, and 16% Not sure.Likely voters' responses to "Do you support or oppose the following policies鈥llow students to enroll in public schools, excluding charter schools, outside of the school district where they live?": 11% Strongly support, 34% Support, 25% Oppose, 12% Strongly oppose, and 18% Not sure. Democratic voters' responses: 11% Strongly support, 35% Support, 23% Oppose, 14% Strongly oppose, and 17% Not sure. Republican voters' responses: 13% Strongly support, 36% Support, 23% Oppose, 11% Strongly oppose, and 16% Not sure.
Students Remain in District School for Rest of Year
Likely voters' responses to 'Do you support or oppose the following policies鈥llow students to enroll in a district's schools to remain in that district's schools for the complete school year, even if they move out of the district during the school year?': 31% Strongly support, 46% Support, 10% Oppose, 4% Strongly oppose, and 9% Not sure. Democratic voters' responses: ' 32% Strongly support, 45% Support, 8% Oppose, 3% Strongly oppose, and 11% Not sure. Republican voters' responses:  30% Strongly support, 46% Support, 11% Oppose, 3% Strongly oppose, and 9% Not sure.Likely voters' responses to "Do you support or oppose the following policies鈥llow students to enroll in a district's schools to remain in that district's schools for the complete school year, even if they move out of the district during the school year?": 31% Strongly support, 46% Support, 10% Oppose, 4% Strongly oppose, and 9% Not sure. Democratic voters' responses: 32% Strongly support, 45% Support, 8% Oppose, 3% Strongly oppose, and 11% Not sure. Republican voters' responses: 30% Strongly support, 46% Support, 11% Oppose, 3% Strongly oppose, and 9% Not sure.
Students Remain in District Through High School
Likely voters' responses to 'Do you support or oppose the following policies鈥llow students enrolled in a district's schools to remain in that district's schools until they graduate high school, even if they move out of the district?': 20% Strongly support, 35% Support, 25% Oppose, 7% Strongly oppose, and 14% Not sure. Democratic voters' responses: ' 20% Strongly support, 37% Support, 20% Oppose, 7% Strongly oppose, and 17% Not sure. Republican voters' responses:  19% Strongly support, 35% Support, 28% Oppose, 6% Strongly oppose, and 12% Not sure.Likely voters' responses to "Do you support or oppose the following policies鈥llow students enrolled in a district's schools to remain in that district's schools until they graduate high school, even if they move out of the district?": 20% Strongly support, 35% Support, 25% Oppose, 7% Strongly oppose, and 14% Not sure. Democratic voters' responses: 20% Strongly support, 37% Support, 20% Oppose, 7% Strongly oppose, and 17% Not sure. Republican voters' responses: 19% Strongly support, 35% Support, 28% Oppose, 6% Strongly oppose, and 12% Not sure.
School Districts Limit Transfers Out
Likely voters' responses to 'If Missouri allows students to enroll in public schools outside their residential school districts (that is, the district where they live), indicate whether you support or oppose the following鈥chool districts may limit the number of students who transfer out of their district?': 7% Strongly support, 23% Support, 33% Oppose, 17% Strongly oppose, and 20% Not sure. Democratic voters' responses: ' 10% Strongly support, 24% Support, 29% Oppose, 12% Strongly oppose, and 24% Not sure. Republican voters' responses:  6% Strongly support, 24% Support, 33% Oppose, 19% Strongly oppose, and 17% Not sure.Likely voters' responses to "If Missouri allows students to enroll in public schools outside their residential school districts (that is, the district where they live), indicate whether you support or oppose the following鈥chool districts may limit the number of students who transfer out of their district?": 7% Strongly support, 23% Support, 33% Oppose, 17% Strongly oppose, and 20% Not sure. Democratic voters' responses: 10% Strongly support, 24% Support, 29% Oppose, 12% Strongly oppose, and 24% Not sure. Republican voters' responses: 6% Strongly support, 24% Support, 33% Oppose, 19% Strongly oppose, and 17% Not sure.
School Districts Limit Transfers In
Likely voters' responses to 'If Missouri allows students to enroll in public schools outside their residential school districts (that is, the district where they live), indicate whether you support or oppose the following鈥chool districts may opt out of having students transfer into their districts?': 9% Strongly support, 30% Support, 30% Oppose, 13% Strongly oppose, and 19% Not sure. Democratic voters' responses: ' 11% Strongly support, 19% Support, 37% Oppose, 12% Strongly oppose, and 21% Not sure. Republican voters' responses:  8% Strongly support, 37% Support, 28% Oppose, 13% Strongly oppose, and 14% Not sure.Likely voters' responses to "If Missouri allows students to enroll in public schools outside their residential school districts (that is, the district where they live), indicate whether you support or oppose the following鈥chool districts may opt out of having students transfer into their districts?": 9% Strongly support, 30% Support, 30% Oppose, 13% Strongly oppose, and 19% Not sure. Democratic voters' responses: 11% Strongly support, 19% Support, 37% Oppose, 12% Strongly oppose, and 21% Not sure. Republican voters' responses: 8% Strongly support, 37% Support, 28% Oppose, 13% Strongly oppose, and 14% Not sure.
School Districts Must Accept Special Education Students
Likely voters' responses to 'If Missouri allows students to enroll in public schools outside their residential school districts (that is, the district where they live), indicate whether you support or oppose the following鈥chool districts must accept transferring in students who have special education needs?': 23% Strongly support, 39% Support, 14% Oppose, 5% Strongly oppose, and 20% Not sure. Democratic voters' responses: ' 31% Strongly support, 43% Support, 8% Oppose, 2% Strongly oppose, and 16% Not sure. Republican voters' responses:  19% Strongly support, 36% Support, 20% Oppose, 7% Strongly oppose, and 18% Not sure.Likely voters' responses to "If Missouri allows students to enroll in public schools outside their residential school districts (that is, the district where they live), indicate whether you support or oppose the following鈥chool districts must accept transferring in students who have special education needs?": 23% Strongly support, 39% Support, 14% Oppose, 5% Strongly oppose, and 20% Not sure. Democratic voters' responses: 31% Strongly support, 43% Support, 8% Oppose, 2% Strongly oppose, and 16% Not sure. Republican voters' responses: 19% Strongly support, 36% Support, 20% Oppose, 7% Strongly oppose, and 18% Not sure.
School Districts Must Accept Special Education Students, If Possible

Likely voters' responses to 'If Missouri allows students to enroll in public schools outside their resident school districts (that is, the district where they live), indicate whether you support or oppose the following鈥chool districts must accept transferring in students who have special education needs only if the receiving school district determines it can provide appropriate special educational services?': 21% Strongly support, 47% Support, 12% Oppose, 5% Strongly oppose, and 16% Not sure. Democratic voters' responses: ' 21% Strongly support, 40% Support, 18% Oppose, 3% Strongly oppose, and 18% Not sure. Republican voters' responses:  22% Strongly support, 54% Support, 9% Oppose, 6% Strongly oppose, and 9% Not sure.Likely voters' responses to "If Missouri allows students to enroll in public schools outside their resident school districts (that is, the district where they live), indicate whether you support or oppose the following鈥chool districts must accept transferring in students who have special education needs only if the receiving school district determines it can provide appropriate special educational services?": 21% Strongly support, 47% Support, 12% Oppose, 5% Strongly oppose, and 16% Not sure. Democratic voters' responses: 21% Strongly support, 40% Support, 18% Oppose, 3% Strongly oppose, and 18% Not sure. Republican voters' responses: 22% Strongly support, 54% Support, 9% Oppose, 6% Strongly oppose, and 9% Not sure.

Local Tax Revenue Should Be Transferred to New District
Likely voters' responses to 'If Missouri allows students to enroll in public schools outside of their resident school districts (that is, the district where they live), how should local tax revenue designated for a student's education be allocated for students who attend school outside of the district where they live?': 40% All local tax revenue should stay in the student's resident district, where the student lives., 10% Less than half of local tax revenue should transfer to the n, 11% More than half of local tax revenue should transfer to the n, 19% All local tax revenue should transfer to the nonresident school district, where the student now attends school., and 20% Not sure.. Democratic voters' responses: ' 41% All local tax revenue should stay in the student's resident district, where the student lives., 10% Less than half of local tax revenue should transfer to the n, 12% More than half of local tax revenue should transfer to the n, 14% All local tax revenue should transfer to the nonresident school district, where the student now attends school., and 23% Not sure.. Republican voters' responses:  41% All local tax revenue should stay in the student's resident district, where the student lives., 7% Less than half of local tax revenue should transfer to the n, 9% More than half of local tax revenue should transfer to the n, 25% All local tax revenue should transfer to the nonresident school district, where the student now attends school., and 18% Not sure..Likely voters' responses to "If Missouri allows students to enroll in public schools outside of their resident school districts (that is, the district where they live), how should local tax revenue designated for a student's education be allocated for students who attend school outside of the district where they live?": 40% All local tax revenue should stay in the student's resident district, where the student lives., 10% Less than half of local tax revenue should transfer to the n, 11% More than half of local tax revenue should transfer to the n, 19% All local tax revenue should transfer to the nonresident school district, where the student now attends school., and 20% Not sure.. Democratic voters' responses: 41% All local tax revenue should stay in the student's resident district, where the student lives., 10% Less than half of local tax revenue should transfer to the n, 12% More than half of local tax revenue should transfer to the n, 14% All local tax revenue should transfer to the nonresident school district, where the student now attends school., and 23% Not sure.. Republican voters' responses: 41% All local tax revenue should stay in the student's resident district, where the student lives., 7% Less than half of local tax revenue should transfer to the n, 9% More than half of local tax revenue should transfer to the n, 25% All local tax revenue should transfer to the nonresident school district, where the student now attends school., and 18% Not sure.
Students or Guardians Responsible for Transportation
Likely voters' responses to 'If Missouri allows students to enroll in public schools outside of their resident school districts (that is, the district where they live), indicate whether you support or oppose the following鈥ransferring students or their guardians should be responsible for transportation to and from nonresident districts?': 46% Strongly support, 37% Support, 5% Oppose, 2% Strongly oppose, and 9% Not sure. Democratic voters' responses: ' 38% Strongly support, 40% Support, 5% Oppose, 2% Strongly oppose, and 14% Not sure. Republican voters' responses:  54% Strongly support, 34% Support, 3% Oppose, 3% Strongly oppose, and 6% Not sure.Likely voters' responses to "If Missouri allows students to enroll in public schools outside of their resident school districts (that is, the district where they live), indicate whether you support or oppose the following鈥ransferring students or their guardians should be responsible for transportation to and from nonresident districts?": 46% Strongly support, 37% Support, 5% Oppose, 2% Strongly oppose, and 9% Not sure. Democratic voters' responses: 38% Strongly support, 40% Support, 5% Oppose, 2% Strongly oppose, and 14% Not sure. Republican voters' responses: 54% Strongly support, 34% Support, 3% Oppose, 3% Strongly oppose, and 6% Not sure.
State of Missouri Should Reimburse Transportation Costs for Some Students
Likely voters' responses to 'If Missouri allows students to enroll in public schools outside of their resident school districts (that is, the district where they live) indicate whether you support or oppose the following鈥he State of Missouri should reimburse the receiving school district for the transportation costs of nonresident students who qualify for free or reduced-price school lunch or special education services?': 16% Strongly support, 33% Support, 21% Oppose, 13% Strongly oppose, and 18% Not sure. Democratic voters' responses: ' 23% Strongly support, 38% Support, 13% Oppose, 7% Strongly oppose, and 19% Not sure. Republican voters' responses:  12% Strongly support, 28% Support, 26% Oppose, 18% Strongly oppose, and 16% Not sure.Likely voters' responses to "If Missouri allows students to enroll in public schools outside of their resident school districts (that is, the district where they live) indicate whether you support or oppose the following鈥he State of Missouri should reimburse the receiving school district for the transportation costs of nonresident students who qualify for free or reduced-price school lunch or special education services?": 16% Strongly support, 33% Support, 21% Oppose, 13% Strongly oppose, and 18% Not sure. Democratic voters' responses: 23% Strongly support, 38% Support, 13% Oppose, 7% Strongly oppose, and 19% Not sure. Republican voters' responses: 12% Strongly support, 28% Support, 26% Oppose, 18% Strongly oppose, and 16% Not sure.

Education Savings Accounts

Should Be Available to All Students
Likely voters' responses to 'In Missouri, tax-funded Education Savings Accounts should be made available to: All Students': 44% selected, and 56% not selected. Democratic voters' responses: ' 38% selected, and 62% not selected. Republican voters' responses:  45% selected, and 55% not selected.Likely voters' responses to "In Missouri, tax-funded Education Savings Accounts should be made available to: All Students": 44% selected, and 56% not selected. Democratic voters' responses: 38% selected, and 62% not selected. Republican voters' responses: 45% selected, and 55% not selected.
Should Be Available to Special Education Students
Likely voters' responses to 'In Missouri, tax-funded Education Savings Accounts should be made available to: Students with special education needs': 58% selected, and 42% not selected. Democratic voters' responses: ' 54% selected, and 46% not selected. Republican voters' responses:  57% selected, and 43% not selected.Likely voters' responses to "In Missouri, tax-funded Education Savings Accounts should be made available to: Students with special education needs": 58% selected, and 42% not selected. Democratic voters' responses: 54% selected, and 46% not selected. Republican voters' responses: 57% selected, and 43% not selected.
Should Be Available to Low-Income Students
"Likely voters' responses to 'In Missouri, tax-funded Education Savings Accounts should be made available to: Students in households that earn up to $75,000 (250% of the federal poverty level)': 64% selected, and 36% not selected. Democratic voters' responses: ' 63% selected, and 37% not selected. Republican voters' responses:  62% selected, and 38% not selected."

Likely voters' responses to "In Missouri, tax-funded Education Savings Accounts should be made available to: Students in households that earn up to $75,000 (250% of the federal poverty level)": 64% selected, and 36% not selected. Democratic voters' responses: 63% selected, and 37% not selected. Republican voters' responses: 62% selected, and 38% not selected.

Should Be Available to No One
Likely voters' responses to 'In Missouri, tax-funded Education Savings Accounts should be made available to: No one': 12% selected, and 88% not selected. Democratic voters' responses: ' 13% selected, and 87% not selected. Republican voters' responses:  14% selected, and 86% not selected.Likely voters' responses to "In Missouri, tax-funded Education Savings Accounts should be made available to: No one": 12% selected, and 88% not selected. Democratic voters' responses: 13% selected, and 87% not selected. Republican voters' responses: 14% selected, and 86% not selected.

Missouri School Funding Formula

Missouri School Funding Formula
Likely voters' responses to 'Do you agree or disagree that this funding formula should do the following鈥ase school district funding on enrollment more than attendance?': 47% Agree, 36% Disagree, and 18% Not Sure. Democratic voters' responses: ' 61% Agree, 20% Disagree, and 19% Not Sure. Republican voters' responses:  36% Agree, 48% Disagree, and 15% Not Sure.Likely voters' responses to "Do you agree or disagree that this funding formula should do the following鈥ase school district funding on enrollment more than attendance?": 47% Agree, 36% Disagree, and 18% Not Sure. Democratic voters' responses: 61% Agree, 20% Disagree, and 19% Not Sure. Republican voters' responses: 36% Agree, 48% Disagree, and 15% Not Sure.
Additional Funds for Free and Reduced-Price Lunch Students
Likely voters' responses to 'Do you agree or disagree that this funding formula should do the following鈥rovide more funds for each student who receives free and reduced-priced lunch?': 63% Agree, 22% Disagree, and 15% Not Sure. Democratic voters' responses: ' 83% Agree, 6% Disagree, and 11% Not Sure. Republican voters' responses:  51% Agree, 32% Disagree, and 17% Not Sure.Likely voters' responses to "Do you agree or disagree that this funding formula should do the following鈥rovide more funds for each student who receives free and reduced-priced lunch?": 63% Agree, 22% Disagree, and 15% Not Sure. Democratic voters' responses: 83% Agree, 6% Disagree, and 11% Not Sure. Republican voters' responses: 51% Agree, 32% Disagree, and 17% Not Sure.
Additional Funds for Special Education Students
Likely voters' responses to 'Do you agree or disagree that this funding formula should do the following鈥rovide more funds for each student with special education needs?': 81% Agree, 9% Disagree, and 10% Not Sure. Democratic voters' responses: ' 89% Agree, 4% Disagree, and 7% Not Sure. Republican voters' responses:  74% Agree, 13% Disagree, and 13% Not Sure.Likely voters' responses to "Do you agree or disagree that this funding formula should do the following鈥rovide more funds for each student with special education needs?": 81% Agree, 9% Disagree, and 10% Not Sure. Democratic voters' responses: 89% Agree, 4% Disagree, and 7% Not Sure. Republican voters' responses: 74% Agree, 13% Disagree, and 13% Not Sure.
Additional Funds for English Language Learners
Likely voters' responses to 'Do you agree or disagree that this funding formula should do the following鈥rovide more funds for each student who is learning English as a non-native language?': 44% Agree, 38% Disagree, and 17% Not Sure. Democratic voters' responses: ' 74% Agree, 11% Disagree, and 15% Not Sure. Republican voters' responses:  23% Agree, 58% Disagree, and 19% Not Sure.Likely voters' responses to "Do you agree or disagree that this funding formula should do the following鈥rovide more funds for each student who is learning English as a non-native language?": 44% Agree, 38% Disagree, and 17% Not Sure. Democratic voters' responses: 74% Agree, 11% Disagree, and 15% Not Sure. Republican voters' responses: 23% Agree, 58% Disagree, and 19% Not Sure.
Property Values
Likely voters' responses to 'Should the school funding formula use 2004 property values or more recent property values (such as those within the last 5 years) when making these estimates?': 18% The formula should use 2004 property values., 62% The formula should use more recent property values., and 20% Not sure. Democratic voters' responses: ' 16% The formula should use 2004 property values., 65% The formula should use more recent property values., and 19% Not sure. Republican voters' responses:  20% The formula should use 2004 property values., 61% The formula should use more recent property values., and 20% Not sure.Likely voters' responses to "Should the school funding formula use 2004 property values or more recent property values (such as those within the last 5 years) when making these estimates?": 18% The formula should use 2004 property values., 62% The formula should use more recent property values., and 20% Not sure. Democratic voters' responses: 16% The formula should use 2004 property values., 65% The formula should use more recent property values., and 19% Not sure. Republican voters' responses: 20% The formula should use 2004 property values., 61% The formula should use more recent property values., and 20% Not sure.

Statewide Opinion Over Time

Most Important Issue to Missourians
Likely voters' responses to 'Which of the following do you think should be the TOP priority of the Missouri state government?'. June 2020 Voter Responses 43% Economy, 28% Health Care, 13% Education, 11% Infrastructure, and 5% Other. October 2020 Voter Responses: 39% Economy, 34% Health care, 13% Education, 10% Infrastructure, and 4% Other. July 2021 Voter Responses: 42% Economy, 25% Health care, 13% Education, 15% Infrastructure, and 6% Other. August 2022 Voter Responses: 51% Economy, 16% Health care, 11% Education, 14% Infrastructure, and 8% Other. February 2023 Voter Responses: 44% Economy, 17% Health care, 18% Education, 15% Infrastructure, and 6% Other. February 2024 Voter Responses: 42% Economy, 17% Health care, 15% Education, 17% Infrastructure, and 9% Other.Likely voters' responses to "Which of the following do you think should be the TOP priority of the Missouri state government?". June 2020 Voter Responses 43% Economy, 28% Health Care, 13% Education, 11% Infrastructure, and 5% Other. October 2020 Voter Responses: 39% Economy, 34% Health care, 13% Education, 10% Infrastructure, and 4% Other. July 2021 Voter Responses: 42% Economy, 25% Health care, 13% Education, 15% Infrastructure, and 6% Other. August 2022 Voter Responses: 51% Economy, 16% Health care, 11% Education, 14% Infrastructure, and 8% Other. February 2023 Voter Responses: 44% Economy, 17% Health care, 18% Education, 15% Infrastructure, and 6% Other. February 2024 Voter Responses: 42% Economy, 17% Health care, 15% Education, 17% Infrastructure, and 9% Other.
Is the United States on the Right or Wrong Track?
Likely voters' responses to 'Do you agree or disagree with the following statements鈥he United States is on the right track and headed in a good direction?'. July 2021 Voter Responses: 30% Agree, 60% Disagree, and 10% Not sure. August 2022 Voter Responses: 15% Agree, 73% Disagree, and 12% Not Sure. February 2023 Voter Responses: 16% Agree, 73% Disagree, and 12% Not sure. August 2023 Voter Responses: 20% Agree, 68% Disagree, and 11% Not Sure. February 2024 Voter Responses: 18% Agree, 74% Disagree, and 9% Not Sure.Likely voters' responses to "Do you agree or disagree with the following statements鈥he United States is on the right track and headed in a good direction?". July 2021 Voter Responses: 30% Agree, 60% Disagree, and 10% Not sure. August 2022 Voter Responses: 15% Agree, 73% Disagree, and 12% Not Sure. February 2023 Voter Responses: 16% Agree, 73% Disagree, and 12% Not sure. August 2023 Voter Responses: 20% Agree, 68% Disagree, and 11% Not Sure. February 2024 Voter Responses: 18% Agree, 74% Disagree, and 9% Not Sure.
Is Missouri on the Right or Wrong Track?
Likely voters' responses to 'Do you agree or disagree with the following statements鈥he State of Missouri is on the right track and headed in a good direction?'. July 2021 Voter Responses: 42% Agree, 44% Disagree, and 15% Not sure. August 2022 Voter Responses: 33% Agree, 51% Disagree, and 16% Not Sure. February 2023 Voter Responses: 40% Agree, 44% Disagree, and 17% Not sure. August 2023 Voter Responses: 40% Agree, 41% Disagree, and 19% Not Sure. February 2024 Voter Responses: 39% Agree, 42% Disagree, and 19% Not Sure.Likely voters' responses to "Do you agree or disagree with the following statements鈥he State of Missouri is on the right track and headed in a good direction?". July 2021 Voter Responses: 42% Agree, 44% Disagree, and 15% Not sure. August 2022 Voter Responses: 33% Agree, 51% Disagree, and 16% Not Sure. February 2023 Voter Responses: 40% Agree, 44% Disagree, and 17% Not sure. August 2023 Voter Responses: 40% Agree, 41% Disagree, and 19% Not Sure. February 2024 Voter Responses: 39% Agree, 42% Disagree, and 19% Not Sure.
U.S. Economy
Likely voters' responses to 'How would you rate the condition of the following鈥he Economy in the United States?'. June 2020 Voter Responses 4% Excellent, 23% Good, 34% Fair, 37% Poor, and 2% Not Sure. October 2020 Voter Responses: 5% Excellent, 29% Good, 36% Fair, 28% Poor, and 2% Not sure. July 2021 Voter Responses: 2% Excellent, 22% Good, 39% Fair, 34% Poor, and 3% Not sure. August 2022 Voter Responses: 2% Excellent, 11% Good, 28% Fair, 58% Poor, and 1% Not sure. February 2023 Voter Responses: 2% Excellent, 13% Good, 30% Fair, 53% Poor, and 2% Not sure. February 2024 Voter Responses: 4% Excellent, 20% Good, 26% Fair, 50% Poor, and 0% Not sure.Likely voters' responses to "How would you rate the condition of the following鈥he Economy in the United States?". June 2020 Voter Responses: 4% Excellent, 23% Good, 34% Fair, 37% Poor, and 2% Not Sure. October 2020 Voter Responses: 5% Excellent, 29% Good, 36% Fair, 28% Poor, and 2% Not sure. July 2021 Voter Responses: 2% Excellent, 22% Good, 39% Fair, 34% Poor, and 3% Not sure. August 2022 Voter Responses: 2% Excellent, 11% Good, 28% Fair, 58% Poor, and 1% Not sure. February 2023 Voter Responses: 2% Excellent, 13% Good, 30% Fair, 53% Poor, and 2% Not sure. February 2024 Voter Responses: 4% Excellent, 20% Good, 26% Fair, 50% Poor, and 0% Not sure.
Missouri Economy
Likely voters' responses to 'How would you rate the condition of the following鈥he Economy in the State of Missouri?'. June 2020 Voter Responses 3% Excellent, 25% Good, 40% Fair, 27% Poor, and 3% Not Sure. October 2020 Voter Responses: 4% Excellent, 31% Good, 37% Fair, 25% Poor, and 3% Not sure. July 2021 Voter Responses: 2% Excellent, 24% Good, 50% Fair, 21% Poor, and 3% Not sure. August 2022 Voter Responses: 1% Excellent, 14% Good, 53% Fair, 30% Poor, and 2% Not sure. February 2023 Voter Responses: 2% Excellent, 18% Good, 50% Fair, 28% Poor, and 3% Not sure. February 2024 Voter Responses: 1% Excellent, 21% Good, 52% Fair, 25% Poor, and 1% Not sure.Likely voters' responses to "How would you rate the condition of the following鈥he Economy in the State of Missouri?". June 2020 Voter Responses: 3% Excellent, 25% Good, 40% Fair, 27% Poor, and 3% Not Sure. October 2020 Voter Responses: 4% Excellent, 31% Good, 37% Fair, 25% Poor, and 3% Not sure. July 2021 Voter Responses: 2% Excellent, 24% Good, 50% Fair, 21% Poor, and 3% Not sure. August 2022 Voter Responses: 1% Excellent, 14% Good, 53% Fair, 30% Poor, and 2% Not sure. February 2023 Voter Responses: 2% Excellent, 18% Good, 50% Fair, 28% Poor, and 3% Not sure. February 2024 Voter Responses: 1% Excellent, 21% Good, 52% Fair, 25% Poor, and 1% Not sure.
Public Schools in Missouri
Likely voters' responses to 'How would you rate the condition of the following鈥ublic schools in the State of Missouri?'. June 2020 Voter Responses 2% Excellent, 28% Good, 46% Fair, 17% Poor, and 7% Not Sure. October 2020 Voter Responses: 3% Excellent, 23% Good, 43% Fair, 23% Poor, and 9% Not sure. July 2021 Voter Responses: 2% Excellent, 24% Good, 41% Fair, 26% Poor, and 7% Not sure. August 2022 Voter Responses: 1% Excellent, 20% Good, 46% Fair, 25% Poor, and 8% Not sure. February 2023 Voter Responses: 1% Excellent, 22% Good, 42% Fair, 27% Poor, and 7% Not sure. February 2024 Voter Responses: 2% Excellent, 20% Good, 42% Fair, 31% Poor, and 6% Not sure.Likely voters' responses to "How would you rate the condition of the following鈥ublic schools in the State of Missouri?". June 2020 Voter Responses: 2% Excellent, 28% Good, 46% Fair, 17% Poor, and 7% Not Sure. October 2020 Voter Responses: 3% Excellent, 23% Good, 43% Fair, 23% Poor, and 9% Not sure. July 2021 Voter Responses: 2% Excellent, 24% Good, 41% Fair, 26% Poor, and 7% Not sure. August 2022 Voter Responses: 1% Excellent, 20% Good, 46% Fair, 25% Poor, and 8% Not sure. February 2023 Voter Responses: 1% Excellent, 22% Good, 42% Fair, 27% Poor, and 7% Not sure. February 2024 Voter Responses: 2% Excellent, 20% Good, 42% Fair, 31% Poor, and 6% Not sure.
Public Schools in Your Community
Likely voters' responses to 'How would you rate the condition of the following鈥ublic schools in your community?'. June 2020 Voter Responses 13% Excellent, 35% Good, 32% Fair, 16% Poor, and 3% Not Sure. October 2020 Voter Responses: 8% Excellent, 34% Good, 29% Fair, 24% Poor, and 5% Not sure. July 2021 Voter Responses: 8% Excellent, 32% Good, 33% Fair, 25% Poor, and 3% Not sure. August 2022 Voter Responses: 6% Excellent, 33% Good, 35% Fair, 23% Poor, and 3% Not sure. February 2023 Voter Responses: 6% Excellent, 31% Good, 33% Fair, 25% Poor, and 5% Not sure. February 2024 Voter Responses: 7% Excellent, 33% Good, 33% Fair, 23% Poor, and 3% Not sure.Likely voters' responses to "How would you rate the condition of the following鈥ublic schools in your community?". June 2020 Voter Responses: 13% Excellent, 35% Good, 32% Fair, 16% Poor, and 3% Not Sure. October 2020 Voter Responses: 8% Excellent, 34% Good, 29% Fair, 24% Poor, and 5% Not sure. July 2021 Voter Responses: 8% Excellent, 32% Good, 33% Fair, 25% Poor, and 3% Not sure. August 2022 Voter Responses: 6% Excellent, 33% Good, 35% Fair, 23% Poor, and 3% Not sure. February 2023 Voter Responses: 6% Excellent, 31% Good, 33% Fair, 25% Poor, and 5% Not sure. February 2024 Voter Responses: 7% Excellent, 33% Good, 33% Fair, 23% Poor, and 3% Not sure.
Roads and Infrastructure
Likely voters' responses to 'How would you rate the condition of the following鈥oads and infrastructure in the State of Missouri?'. June 2020 Voter Responses 2% Excellent, 17% Good, 41% Fair, 39% Poor, and 1% Not Sure. July 2021 Voter Responses: 2% Excellent, 18% Good, 40% Fair, 37% Poor, and 4% Not sure. August 2022 Voter Responses: 2% Excellent, 18% Good, 45% Fair, 35% Poor, and 1% Not sure. February 2023 Voter Responses: 1% Excellent, 15% Good, 45% Fair, 36% Poor, and 3% Not sure. August 2023 Voter Responses: 2% Excellent, 19% Good, 42% Fair, 36% Poor, and 1% Not sure.Likely voters' responses to "How would you rate the condition of the following鈥oads and infrastructure in the State of Missouri?". June 2020 Voter Responses: 2% Excellent, 17% Good, 41% Fair, 39% Poor, and 1% Not Sure. July 2021 Voter Responses: 2% Excellent, 18% Good, 40% Fair, 37% Poor, and 4% Not sure. August 2022 Voter Responses: 2% Excellent, 18% Good, 45% Fair, 35% Poor, and 1% Not sure. February 2023 Voter Responses: 1% Excellent, 15% Good, 45% Fair, 36% Poor, and 3% Not sure. August 2023 Voter Responses: 2% Excellent, 19% Good, 42% Fair, 36% Poor, and 1% Not sure.
Race Relations in Your Community
Likely voters' responses to 'How would you rate the condition of the following鈥ace relations in your community?'. June 2020 Voter Responses 12% Excellent, 33% Good, 31% Fair, 19% Poor, and 5% Not Sure. October 2020 Voter Responses: 10% Excellent, 35% Good, 28% Fair, 22% Poor, and 4% Not sure. July 2021 Voter Responses: 12% Excellent, 35% Good, 26% Fair, 21% Poor, and 6% Not sure. August 2022 Voter Responses: 9% Excellent, 36% Good, 31% Fair, 19% Poor, and 6% Not sure. February 2023 Voter Responses: 9% Excellent, 34% Good, 31% Fair, 19% Poor, and 7% Not sure. February 2024 Voter Responses: 8% Excellent, 31% Good, 30% Fair, 29% Poor, and 2% Not sure.Likely voters' responses to "How would you rate the condition of the following鈥ace relations in your community?". June 2020 Voter Responses: 12% Excellent, 33% Good, 31% Fair, 19% Poor, and 5% Not Sure. October 2020 Voter Responses: 10% Excellent, 35% Good, 28% Fair, 22% Poor, and 4% Not sure. July 2021 Voter Responses: 12% Excellent, 35% Good, 26% Fair, 21% Poor, and 6% Not sure. August 2022 Voter Responses: 9% Excellent, 36% Good, 31% Fair, 19% Poor, and 6% Not sure. February 2023 Voter Responses: 9% Excellent, 34% Good, 31% Fair, 19% Poor, and 7% Not sure. February 2024 Voter Responses: 8% Excellent, 31% Good, 30% Fair, 29% Poor, and 2% Not sure.
Crime in Your Community
Likely voters' responses to 'How would you rate the condition of the following鈥rime in your community?'. June 2020 Voter Responses 8% Excellent, 31% Good, 38% Fair, 21% Poor, and 2% Not Sure. October 2020 Voter Responses: 8% Excellent, 33% Good, 31% Fair, 25% Poor, and 3% Not sure. July 2021 Voter Responses: 8% Excellent, 34% Good, 32% Fair, 24% Poor, and 2% Not sure. August 2022 Voter Responses: 7% Excellent, 27% Good, 35% Fair, 29% Poor, and 2% Not sure. February 2023 Voter Responses: 5% Excellent, 30% Good, 31% Fair, 29% Poor, and 5% Not sure. February 2024 Voter Responses: 8% Excellent, 31% Good, 30% Fair, 29% Poor, and 2% Not sure.Likely voters' responses to "How would you rate the condition of the following鈥rime in your community?". June 2020 Voter Responses: 8% Excellent, 31% Good, 38% Fair, 21% Poor, and 2% Not Sure. October 2020 Voter Responses: 8% Excellent, 33% Good, 31% Fair, 25% Poor, and 3% Not sure. July 2021 Voter Responses: 8% Excellent, 34% Good, 32% Fair, 24% Poor, and 2% Not sure. August 2022 Voter Responses: 7% Excellent, 27% Good, 35% Fair, 29% Poor, and 2% Not sure. February 2023 Voter Responses: 5% Excellent, 30% Good, 31% Fair, 29% Poor, and 5% Not sure. February 2024 Voter Responses: 8% Excellent, 31% Good, 30% Fair, 29% Poor, and 2% Not sure.
Missourians' Physical Health
Likely voters' responses to 'How would you rate the condition of the following鈥our physical health in the last month?'. June 2020 Voter Responses 22% Excellent, 52% Good, 19% Fair, 7% Poor, and 0% Not sure. October 2020 Voter Responses: 18% Excellent, 52% Good, 22% Fair, 8% Poor, and 0% Not sure. July 2021 Voter Responses: 16% Excellent, 51% Good, 23% Fair, 8% Poor, and 2% Not sure. August 2022 Voter Responses: 16% Excellent, 46% Good, 27% Fair, 10% Poor, and 1% Not sure. February 2023 Voter Responses: 16% Excellent, 46% Good, 24% Fair, 13% Poor, and 1% Not sure. February 2024 Voter Responses: 14% Excellent, 49% Good, 25% Fair, 12% Poor, and 0% Not sure.Likely voters' responses to "How would you rate the condition of the following鈥our physical health in the last month?". June 2020 Voter Responses: 22% Excellent, 52% Good, 19% Fair, 7% Poor, and 0% Not sure. October 2020 Voter Responses: 18% Excellent, 52% Good, 22% Fair, 8% Poor, and 0% Not sure. July 2021 Voter Responses: 16% Excellent, 51% Good, 23% Fair, 8% Poor, and 2% Not sure. August 2022 Voter Responses: 16% Excellent, 46% Good, 27% Fair, 10% Poor, and 1% Not sure. February 2023 Voter Responses: 16% Excellent, 46% Good, 24% Fair, 13% Poor, and 1% Not sure. February 2024 Voter Responses: 14% Excellent, 49% Good, 25% Fair, 12% Poor, and 0% Not sure.
Missourians' Mental Health
Likely voters' responses to 'How would you rate the condition of the following鈥our mental health in the last month?'. June 2020 Voter Responses 27% Excellent, 39% Good, 21% Fair, 12% Poor, and 0% Not sure. October 2020 Voter Responses: 23% Excellent, 40% Good, 25% Fair, 12% Poor, and 0% Not sure. July 2021 Voter Responses: 24% Excellent, 41% Good, 25% Fair, 10% Poor, and 2% Not sure. August 2022 Voter Responses: 21% Excellent, 47% Good, 21% Fair, 10% Poor, and 0% Not sure. February 2023 Voter Responses: 27% Excellent, 37% Good, 25% Fair, 11% Poor, and 1% Not sure. February 2024 Voter Responses: 22% Excellent, 44% Good, 23% Fair, 10% Poor, and 0% Not sure.Likely voters' responses to "How would you rate the condition of the following鈥our mental health in the last month?". June 2020 Voter Responses: 27% Excellent, 39% Good, 21% Fair, 12% Poor, and 0% Not sure. October 2020 Voter Responses: 23% Excellent, 40% Good, 25% Fair, 12% Poor, and 0% Not sure. July 2021 Voter Responses: 24% Excellent, 41% Good, 25% Fair, 10% Poor, and 2% Not sure. August 2022 Voter Responses: 21% Excellent, 47% Good, 21% Fair, 10% Poor, and 0% Not sure. February 2023 Voter Responses: 27% Excellent, 37% Good, 25% Fair, 11% Poor, and 1% Not sure. February 2024 Voter Responses: 22% Excellent, 44% Good, 23% Fair, 10% Poor, and 0% Not sure.

 

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