Ohio Ballot Issue 2 2011

November 2, 2011 by staff 

Ohio Ballot Issue 2 2011, A thorough study of the 2011 Ohio law initiatives is that registered voters oppose Issue 2 (collective bargaining for public employees) by a margin of two digits (37.1% to 25.3%). At the same time, voters favor Issue 3 (on the National Health Act) by a margin of two-digit (33.8% to 18.3%).

However, the opinion of voters on these issues is fluid and changeable, with a large number of voters who have no firm views, nearly two-fifths in number 2 and almost half of the issue.

So there is room for rival campaigns to persuade voters in their favor in the last days of the campaign. In this sense, opponents of the number 2 and number 3 has had an advantage in the volume of campaign information.

Registered voters who report items 2 and 3 are a strong motivation to vote. A standard model of participation highlights the possibility of a competition about number 2, but other models suggest number 2 can be defeated by a wider margin. Number 3 seems unlikely to happen.

Regardless of their views on agenda items 2 and 3, Ohioans overwhelmingly on ballot measures as a legitimate way to make policy decisions.

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