Poll: Two Of Three Voters Say Sell State Liquor Stores

A Quinnipiac University Poll released this morning shows that two out of three Pennsylvania voters (66-26 percent) support the plan by Gov.-Elect Tom Corbett to sell the state's liquor store business.   Half of the voters polled (51-41 percent) were OK with laying off state workers to balance the budget.  You can read the poll here.

Corbett enters office with the confidence of voters, as 59 percent said they feel optomisitic about the next four years.  But voters are not so sure about his campaign pledge to not raise state taxes.  Fifty-three percent said they don't think he can balance the budget that way while 65 percent oppose any tax increases.

The poll of 1,584 registered voters, conducted from Dec. 6-13, has a margin of error of +/- 2.5 percent.

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