Fixing Michigan’s infrastructure a top priority for voters, poll finds
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Repairing Michigan’s infrastructure is at the forefront of voters’ minds heading into the November election, according to a statewide survey of 600 residents by Lansing-based polling firm EPIC-MRA.
A quarter of respondents chose fixing Michigan’s roads, bridges and dams, drinking water sources and wastewater treatment systems as the issue they were concerned about most. It was followed by improving the quality of education, which 16 percent of respondents picked as their top priority. Coming in third was controlling for crime and drugs.