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New Poll Claims Majority Favored "Safer At Home" Extension


A majority of Wisconsinites approved of the extension of the Governor's Safer At Home orders before they were quashed by the State Supreme Court. Wisconsin Professional Police Association Director Jim Palmer says their polling also showed that the same majority of people disapproved of the protests.

"I think it's clear that while the protests represent the legitimate frustration that many people across the state have, it's clear that there is a very equally legitimate silent majority as it relates how the state is protecting its citizens."

The polling done by St. Norbert College also shows that a majority of the state wants to see more protections for emergency services workers, including hazard pay and increased workers compensation coverage.

Comments 4
Bennie Hill commented on 20-May-2020 07:32 AM3 out of 5 stars
Translation: A union centric, lobbying organization based out of Madison commissioned a liberal college research institute (who predicted Hillary to win in 2016 btw) to poll 500 "average" Wisconsin citizens". Polling lasted from 1-12 May.

Surprised by the results?

WPPA cuts check to SRI and feeds story to liberal media. It becomes "fact" for the WI Sheeple.

Quashed indeed
I find it ironic the story above is about misconduct by a police officer. Wonder if he was a WPPA MEMBER?

Gary Gully commented on 20-May-2020 11:22 AM3 out of 5 stars
@Bennie Hill

If you don't like the results, conduct your own survey and please share.
Anonymous commented on 20-May-2020 12:18 PM3 out of 5 stars
I would not trust this poll to be accurate. To much liberal bias there.
John commented on 28-May-2020 03:26 AM3 out of 5 stars
Clinton won.

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