SB5 Polling Shows Ohio Leaning Toward Overturning Collective Bargaining Law

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Last week, Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted validated a small mountain of signatures collected for a referendum on SB5, Ohio's controversial collective bargaining law, meaning that the issue will indeed appear on ballots this November.

In early polling by Quinnipiac, SB5 is just about as unpopular as the unpopular Mr. Kasich who pushed the unpopular bill on Ohio. According to the PD, when asked "Do you think this new law [Senate Bill 5] which limits collective bargaining for public employees should be kept or repealed?" 56% of voters said repeal and 32% of voters said keep it.

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