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Tuesday: Ohio Right to Life’s “Cultural Index” Polling

July 4, 2009 at 2:18 am Matt

This poll from the Ohio Right to Life sounds fascinating, as it has less to do with any horse race and instead judges where Ohio’s generally stand on issues. I’ll try to attend the press conference and report back:

Ohio Right to Life will release the findings of its first Ohio Cultural Index during a news conference at the Ohio Statehouse on Tuesday, July 7. The index measures where Ohioans collectively stand on issues such as abortion, faith and outside influences impacting families. Also, it explores what influences Ohioans’ perceptions and decisions on important social issues.

What: Ohio Cultural Index Release
Where: Ohio Statehouse Ladies’ Gallery
When: Tuesday, July 7, 10:30 AM

The index is a 10-question poll of 800 randomly selected Ohio registered voters. The quarterly survey will ask Ohioans the same culturally-related questions to track views on the state of the state’s culture and its contributing influences.

Ohio Right to Life, the state affiliate of the National Right to Life Committee, is a statewide, non-profit, non-sectarian educational organization. After more than 40 years, Ohio Right to Life continues to experience success in its mission to promote and protect life due to dedicated board members, executive staff and affiliated chapters located throughout the state.

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