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Michigan's Policy Insiders Take Softer Stance On Immigration Than U.S. Public

Emily Krupp and Simon Schuster — November 02, 2017

There have always been differences in the opinions Americans and those work in and around government view certain policies. But for a wedge issue like immigration, Michigan policy insiders' views are strikingly different from the public's.

In both polls, immigration policy preferences...

State of the State Podcast

State of the State Podcast: Tax Cuts, Detroit's Bid for Amazon and a Part-Time Legislature

State of the State is IPPSR's policy-based podcast. Recorded monthly and available here, on IPPSR's SoundCloud channel and through the MSUToday podcast on over-the-air radio and internet broadcasters from East Lansing to the world.

Your Chances at Success in Michigan Depend On Where You're Born

Silas Olson — October 24, 2017

Not all childhoods in Michigan are created equal. A child who grows up in Genesee County will be $5,100 behind the national average income by age 20. Just to the south, in Oakland County, 20-year-olds will be making nearly $5,000 more on average.

It’s a stark contrast, but elsewhere the...

Independent Streams (Week of October 16)

Abbey Frazier — October 20, 2017

Problems

Michigan Policy Insiders Believe the next Governor will be a Democrat

Simon Schuster — October 17, 2017

Results from the third round of the Michigan Policy Insiders Panel (MPIP), conducted in March, indicates Michigan's insiders largely believe Michigan's next governor will be a Democrat.

Nearly 74% of the 374 insiders who responded predicted a Democrat will hold the state's highest office...

In Other Words (Week of October 9)

Abbey Frazier — October 13, 2017

On the Left

Donald Trump’s Speech to the UN General Assembly In Context

Zuhaib Mahmood — October 12, 2017

President Donald Trump’s speech at the United Nations General Assembly on Sept. 19, 2017, attracted much...

Independent Streams (Week of October 2)

Abbey Frazier — October 06, 2017

Problems

Percent of Michigan Residents Approving a Reduction in the Michigan Income Tax

How Do Michiganders Feel About a Tax Cut? It Depends On What They Know

Charles Ballard — October 03, 2017

In March 2017, the Michigan House of Representatives narrowly voted down a proposal to reduce the income tax. But the issue of tax cuts continues to be discussed, both at the state and federal level. To gauge citizen opinions about tax cuts, MSU’s State of the State Survey asked Michigan...

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