A recent Quinnipiac University poll of Connecticut voters showed that 72% are dissatisfied with the direction of the state. More than a third cite jobs and the economy as their biggest concern and a whopping 65% believing the legislature is not doing their job, a figure that spiked after the legislature approved the 2015 tax hike. Only 17% of respondents gave taxes as their biggest concern/worry and all other issues were in the single digits. The vast majority, almost ¾ of respondents, said jobs were difficult to find with only about 29% believe things have improved since last year.
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