Jim Galloway snagged an audio clip of Brad Coker of Mason Dixon, explaining that 51% support among registered voters for the proposed 1% sales tax for transportation is probably going to be the high water mark for support. Coker says that undecideds usually break for the “no” side on a referendum, and that support for any referendum is strongest at the start of a campaign, and that it’s easier to flip voters to “no” than “yes.”
Listen for yourself:
I’m sure Debbie Dooley is gratified by the news that the pollster himself is not optimistic about this sales tax passing.
And thanks to Tim Bryant of WGAU (1340AM) for passing it along to Galloway, so we could
steal repost it from him.