MSU-B poll: Voters favor ballot initiatives
HELENA (AP) — A poll released Friday shows Montana voters largely favor the state ballot initiatives in Tuesday's election and they want the Legislature to crack down on medical marijuana and drunk driving.
The Montana State University-Billings also found that nearly 60 percent of voters are undecided in the race for a Montana Supreme Court seat. Those who picked a candidate were evenly split between attorney Beth Baker and district court judge Nels Swandal, with each getting support from about 20 percent of the respondents.
The phone survey of 416 voters conducted Oct. 19-22 has a samp...