Special legislative session
Power Poll Indy members say legislators should leave the gas tax alone.
The upcoming special session of the Indiana General Assembly will take up the issues of abortion and the governor's proposal to send $225 to all taxpayers from the state's growing budget surplus. Power Poll Indianapolis members were asked whether lawmakers also look at the gasoline tax, as some have suggested?
By a very narrow margin respondents said legislators should leave it the 62-cent-a-gallon tax alone: 48 percent vs. 46 percent.
Meanwhile, despite warnings of a new, more virulent strain of the COVID-19 virus, nearly half of Power Poll Indy members are not restricting their activities at all.
And here is how respondents characterized their activities....
About Power Poll: Power Poll asks questions of the most powerful, influential people in U.S. cities. It is not a scientific survey. But because the people responding to the surveys comprise the leadership structure of their cities, the results afford a fascinating glimpse into the thoughts, opinions, and beliefs of those in a position to make change. Power Poll is distinctly nonpartisan.