MEDC vs. Road Spending Poll Featured in Daily Caller

Two-thirds of voters support turning subsidy money over to roads

The Mackinac Center recently released the results of a poll conducted by Mitchell Research & Communications, Inc. showing two-thirds of respondents preferred putting money currently spent on corporate subsidies through MEDC toward roads.

The poll was featured in a June 17 article at the Daily Caller, which also referenced an earlier poll commissioned by the Mackinac Center indicating strong voter support for the end of the state's film subsidy program in favor of road funding.

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