UW Survey Shows Economy Remains Major Concern in State

While Wyoming’s economy has improved over the past year, it remains a major concern to the public, according to results from a statewide poll conducted last fall. The survey was conducted by the University of Wyoming’s School of Politics, Public Affairs and International Studies, and the UW Wyoming Survey and Analysis Center’s Survey Research Center.

Chad Baldwin, Associate Vice President for Communications and Marketing for UW, explains.

The survey showed that one in 10 respondents saw the lack of tax revenue resulting from the weak economy as a major problem. Availability of healthcare and environmental issues made up the remainder of the five most frequently mentioned issues.

For more information, the full report of the survey can be accessed at www.uwyo.edu.


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