Poll Finds Majority Of Michiganders Don't Want Guns In SchoolsMost people in Michigan don't think guns should be allowed in schools, whether the weapons are concealed or openly carried.
GOP's Hoekstra To Face Stabenow In NovemberNow that former U.S. Rep. Pete Hoekstra has won Michigan's Republican nomination for U.S. Senate, it sets up a November match-up with 2-term Democratic incumbent Debbie Stabenow.
Poll Shows Increased Optimisim Among Michigan VotersThe recently released Epic MRA poll, which is taken from active and likely voters, revealed that 58 percent believe Michigan's economy has bottomed out and is starting to improve.
Poll: Mitt Romney The Frontrunner Among Mich. VotersA new poll shows former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney is the frontrunner among those likely to vote in Michigan's 2012 Republican Presidential Primary.
Michigan Voters Remain Disenchanted With GovernorA poll indicates Michigan voters remain disenchanted with the job being done by Gov. Rick Snyder.
Poll Shows Michiganders Feeling Better About SnyderA new EPIC-MRA poll finds voters are warming up to Michigan Governor Rick Snyder.
Poll: Michigan Voters Split On Obama Job RatingPresident Obama's favorability rating rose among Michigan voters after Osama bin Laden's death, but most are unhappy with how he's handling the economy, according to a new poll.
Poll: More Than Half Unhappy With SnyderAbout 60 percent of Michigan voters in a new EPIC MRA poll say they're unhappy with the job Governor Rick Snyder is doing.
Poll: Snyder Slipping In PopularityGov. Rick Snyder's tough budget proposals apparently aren't going down well with some Michigan voters.
Most Voters Like The Top LeadersFifty-nine percent of Michigan voters polled express a favorable opinion of Gov. Rick Snyder, and 53 percent say they think well of President Barack Obama.
Voters Don't Want Price Tags EliminatedThe poll released by Lansing-based EPIC-MRA says 51 percent of the 600 likely voters surveyed oppose Gov. Rick Snyder's idea to eliminate the law, while 39 percent support it. Ten percent were undecided.
Poll Shows Snyder's Popularity HighThe poll finds 59 percent of likely Michigan voters hold a favorable opinion of the state's new Republican leader.