Poll: Most Ohioans against collective bargaining law

Ohioans will decide in November, whether to keep or repeal the collective bargaining law

A new poll reveals about half of all Ohioans want the new collective bargaining law repealed. Ohio voters will decide in November whether to keep the law that bans public employees from striking and restricts collective bargaining rights for more than 350,000 teachers, police officers and public employees,

The poll, conducted by Quinnipiac University, shows that 51 percent of Ohioans say Senate Bill 5 should be repealed while 38 percent are in favor of keeping it. The number of voters supporting the repeal was down slightly from a poll taken in July.

The phone poll of 1,301 registered voters was taken Sept. 20-25. It has a margin of error of 3 percentage points.

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