With Democrats holding the upper hand in Washington but Republicans dominating Tennessee’s political leadership, neither Democrats nor Republicans in the state think their party should..
MTSU Poll: Haslam’s job performance continues to earn approval
Tennesseans continue to approve of how Gov. Bill Haslam is handling his job by a margin of more than 4 to 1, according to the..
Majority disapproval for the job that Barack Obama is doing as president is holding steady in Tennessee despite his re-election in November 2012, according to..
Opposition to gay marriage remains stronger in Tennessee than nearly anywhere else in the country, but the state’s proposed “Don’t Say Gay” law has little..
A majority of Tennesseans support a key provision of the “guns in trunks” measure that was easily passed today in the state House of Representatives,..
Tennesseans who want wine sold in grocery and convenience stores outnumber those opposed by more than 2 to 1, the latest MTSU Poll results show...
MTSU Poll: State is split on gov’s school voucher proposal
Tennesseans remain divided statewide on Gov. Bill Haslam’s plan to spend state money on private schooling for poor children in failing public schools, but views..
MTSU Poll: Trend shows support endures for wine in grocery stores
With the familiar debate over whether grocery stores should be allowed to sell wine under Tennessee law, previous results from the Middle Tennessee State University..
When Tennessee residents last were asked about laws for firearm sales — in the spring of 2011 after the shooting of Arizona Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords..
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