Pool shows Wyoming citizens value education

 

September 7, 2017



Seventy-eight percent of Wyoming voters are willing to pay something more in taxes if that money is dedicated to K-12 education in the state, according to a July poll released by the Wyoming Education Association (WEA) on August 17.

Laramie County School District No. 2 Superintendent, Jon Abrams was heartened by the results revealed in the survey.

32 percent, of the 78 percent, stated that they would be willing to have their taxes raised by $200 or more. 10 percent were open to paying $150, 15 percent said $100 and 21 percent said $50 or less.

Also revealed by the poll was the fact that 78...



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