New poll shows voter priorities two weeks ahead of election
SALT LAKE CITY — The countdown continues to Election Day, and voters shared their priorities for Utah state government in a new poll.
Thirty-five percent of Utahns want higher quality K-12 education.
Question 1 asks them to support a 10-cent per gallon gasoline tax for schools and roads.
The new Dan Jones-Utah Policy poll also finds Utahns prioritize cleaner air and reduced healthcare costs.
Proposition 3 would force state government to expand Medicaid coverage.
Investment in infrastructure, like roads, water and sewers, had 13% support. Reducing crime came in at 10%.
The state of Utah has general information for Election Day, Nov. 6.
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