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dc.contributor.authorHaider-Markel, Donald P.
dc.contributor.authorMaynard-Moody, Steven
dc.contributor.authorKniss, Chad J.
dc.identifier.citationChad J. Kniss, Donald P. Haider-Markel, Steven Maynard-Moody. Kansas Policy Survey: Spring 2001 Survey Results. Policy Research Institute, University of Kansas. Technical Report Series: 266a (December 2001).en_US
dc.description.abstractThe Kansas Policy Survey, Spring 2001 (KPS-Spring01) consisted of over 80 questions that were constructed by the Director and Manager of the SRC as well as from consultation with others in the Policy Research Institute at the University of Kansas. While the survey is not inclusive of all policy and political issues affecting Kansas, it represents a breadth of issues and concerns from the 2000 Presidential election, to current and future economic expectations, policy preferences for Kansas state services, and the recent decision by the Kansas Board of Education to re-emphasize evolution in science curriculum.

The results of the survey reveal interesting and important information about Kansans’ perspectives on the various issues. For the most part, Kansans are satisfied with how things are going in the state. However, there are small to sizable minorities that feel that substantial change is needed. One of the most notable distinctions is that Kansans are fairly concerned about the state of public education in the state.
dc.publisherPolicy Research Institute, University of Kansasen_US
dc.relation.ispartofseriesTechnical Report;266a
dc.rightsCopyright 2001, Policy Research Institute, University of Kansasen_US
dc.titleKansas Policy Survey: Spring 2001 Survey Resultsen_US
dc.typeTechnical Reporten_US
kusw.oanotes2022/8/15: This work was added to KUSW at the request of the departmenten_US

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