Maryland Voter Attitudes - Anxiety, Distrust, and Transporation - Steve Raabe

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As Maryland officials prepare to cut $4.5 billion in transportation revenue for Maryland's six-year transportation capital budget without so much as detailing a single project that would be cut, changed, or delayed. Pollster Steve Raabe, Founder and President of OpinionWorks, visits Center Maryland to discuss what Maryland voters are feeling about a variety of issues. Steve focuses on the economy anxiety that is still felt by Marylanders, as well as their feelings toward corporate institutions, elected officials, and public policies, noting that transportation is consistently viewed as a top policy of concern for Marylanders of all socioeconomic backgrounds.

Inside the Headlines is a video politicast featured on Center Maryland. Damian O’Doherty brings guests on the show to have in depth conversations on major news happening in Maryland. Damian O’Doherty is a corporate communications strategist, a principal of KO Public Affairs LLC and co-founder of Center Maryland.
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