COLUMBUS — A majority of Ohioans give Gov. Ted Strickland high marks through his first six months in office, though many also believe the state’s economy will remain sub-par for the next year.
That’s according to the latest poll results released by Quinnipiac University Polling Institute Wednesday.
“There’s lots of good news here for Gov. Ted Strickland, but Ohio voters are very worried about the economy,” according to Peter A. Brown, assistant director. “Many seem to believe it is beyond their control and are not at all receptive to the notion that free trade policies in the long run are good for them or America.”
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