LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — A new poll shows the majority of Arkansas voters are against the idea of casino expansion in the state. But with 11-percent undecided, the issue could sway either way in November’s election.
The new data from Talk Business & Politics and Hendrix shows 40 percent of likely voters are for the proposed casino amendment with 48 percent against it. That’s according to Arkansas Democrat-Gazette political reporter Mike Wickline, who first reported the news on Twitter.
A second poll tackled the minimum wage measure. 60 percent of voters support the idea of raising the state’s minimum wage by $2.50 an hour to $11 an hour by 2021. 30 percent are against the idea with 10 percent undecided.
We’re awaiting additional information related to the margin of error on the polling.
Hendrix Talk Business poll 41 percent for casino amendment and 48 percent against with 11 percent undecided… #arpx— Mike Wickline (@MikeWickline) September 12, 2018
Hendrix-Talk Business poll: 60 percent for proposed ballot measure to raise minimum wage by $2.50 an hour by $11 an hour by 2021 and 30 percent against with 10
percent undecided #arpx— Mike Wickline (@MikeWickline) September 12, 2018