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Thu August 15, 2013
Latest Michigan Public Policy Survey shows 54% think the state's headed in the right direction
When it comes to "performance reviews" for politicians, the Big One is the one they face at the ballot box.
For Governor Rick Snyder and state lawmakers, that performance review comes up in November 2014.
But in the interim, the latest Michigan Public Policy Survey gives us all something to chew on. This one looks at how local officials view the job Governor Snyder and the State Legislature are doing.
The survey is done by the team at the Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy at the University of Michigan.
Tom Ivacko is with the Ford School's Center for Local, State and Urban Policy. He joined us today to discuss the results.
Listen to the full interview above.