We asked for your reaction to various issues related to last week’s elections. Here are the results of our unscientific survey, based on more than 300 responses. At least one reader thought question No. 2 was ambiguous, perhaps conflating a statement of expectation with a statement of enthusiasm, so, with apologies from the poll staff, results might be interpreted accordingly.
1. Moderate voters have retreated in Kansas, at least until the 2016 elections.
Strongly agree 36%
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Strongly disagree 12%
2. Now that the GOP has stronger majorities in the Missouri General Assembly, I look forward to more tax-cutting and gun-freedom laws coming out of Jefferson City.
Strongly agree 34%
Strongly disagree 33%
3. Voters in five states supported increases in the minimum wage. Missouri and Kansas need to increase their levels.
Strongly agree 54%
Strongly disagree 15%
4. Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback’s pledge to continue lowering individual income tax rates will help improve the state’s economy.
Strongly agree 20%
Strongly disagree 63%