Tennessee Voters Want to Break the Dependency Cycle

Opportunity Solutions Project conducted a poll of 504 likely Tennessee voters in September 2018. Results concluded that voters in Tennessee support reforms that promote work and end the cycle of dependency.

Alaska Voters Want to Break the Dependency Cycle

Opportunity Solutions Project conducted a poll of 505 likely voters in Alaska in September 2018. Results concluded that voters in Alaska support reforms that promote work and end the cycle of dependency.

Michigan Voters Want to Break the Dependency Cycle

Opportunity Solutions Project conducted a poll of 511 likely voters in Michigan in September 2018. Results concluded that voters in Michigan support reforms that promote work and end the cycle of dependency.

North Dakota Voters Want Welfare Reform

Opportunity Solutions Project conducted a poll of likely voters in North Dakota in August 2018. Results concluded that voters in North Dakota want welfare reform.

Massachusetts District Two Voters Want Welfare Reform

Opportunity Solutions Project conducted a poll of likely voters in Massachusetts’ Second District in April 2018. Results concluded that voters in the second district support welfare reforms currently under consideration in the 2018 Farm Bill.

Minnesota District Seven Voters Want Welfare Reform

Opportunity Solutions Project conducted a poll of likely voters in Minnesota’s Seventh District in April 2018. Results concluded that voters in the seventh district support welfare reforms currently under consideration in the 2018 Farm Bill.

7 Dependency Reducing Reforms Ohio Voters Want

Opportunity Solutions Project conducted a poll of 509 likely Ohio voters in June 2017. Results concluded that Ohio voters want welfare reforms – specifically seven key pieces. Top line results include: 80% of all voters want to preserve resources for the truly needy by checking eligibility for individuals on welfare more frequently with better technology, … Continued

Voters In Eight New Hampshire Towns Support Welfare Reform

Opportunity Solutions Project conducted polls of likely voters in eight New Hampshire towns in April 2017. Results concluded that voters in these towns support welfare reforms currently under consideration in the New Hampshire legislature. Towns polled are: Derry Golfstown Hampton Hudson Londonderry Manchester Nashua Salem

5 Welfare Reforms New Hampshire Voters Want

Opportunity Solutions Project conducted a poll of 736 likely New Hampshire voters in July 2016. Results concluded that New Hampshire voters want welfare reforms – specifically five key pieces. 84% of all voters want to preserve resources for the truly needy by checking eligibility for individuals on welfare more frequently with better technology, 84% support … Continued

5 Welfare Reforms West Virginia Voters Want

Opportunity Solutions Project conducted a poll of 729 likely West Virginia voters in July 2016. Results concluded that West Virginia voters want welfare reforms – specifically five key pieces. 83% of all voters want to preserve resources for the truly needy by checking eligibility for individuals on welfare more frequently with better technology, 85% support … Continued