What do Michigan voters think? Well, it’s not good news for the Governor.
Gongwer News Service in Lansing just published the results of an EPIC/MRA poll asking Michigan voters what they think about how Governor Snyder is handling K-12 education. The poll was taken between Feb. 5 and Feb. 11. 600 likely voters were questioned.
Just three percent rate him as “excellent” on K-12 education. 23 percent said “pretty good.” 26 percent said “just fair.” And 36 percent said “poor.” 12 percent were undecided or refused to answer.
Participants were also asked whether or not they thought the financial condition of their local school district had suffered over the past three years, enough to affect the quality of their schools’ K-12 education.
On this question, 35 percent said their schools were worse. Eight percent said their schools had improved. 57 percent were undecided or refused to answer.