Latest Poll Shows SB5 Heading Toward Repeal
This week, WOSU Public Media’s “Columbus on the Record” panelists discuss the latest Quinnipiac Poll, which shows that Ohio voters support 56 – 32 percent the repeal of SB 5 (Issue 2), the centerpiece of Governor John Kasich’s legislative program. “With two weeks until Election Day, the opponents of SB 5 have strong reason to be optimistic,” said Peter Brown, assistant director of the Quinnipiac University Polling Institute.
Other topics: Herman Cain takes the lead in the GOP presidential race in Ohio; the Nationwide Arena deal falls far short of solving the Blue Jackets’ money woes; and John Kasich signs order to crack down on exotic animals.
- Catherine Candisky (The Columbus Dispatch)
- Ann Fisher (89.7 NPR News)
- Bob Clegg (Republican Strategist)
- Sandy Theis (Democratic Strategist)
- Opposition to Ohio’s SB 5 grows (Quinnipiac University)
- Herman Cain has taken over the lead in Ohio Republicans’ presidential race (The Columbus Dispatch)
- Ron Paul wins Ohio’s first Republican presidential straw poll (WOSU)
- Nationwide Arena deal falls short (WOSU)
- Republican presidential hopeful Mitt Romney says he is “110 percent” behind Ohio’s ballot measure that would limit union rights (Los Angeles Times)
Exotic-animal owners cry foul, quietly, over talk of ban (The Columbus Dispatch)