(Falcon Heights, MN) -- Nearly two-thirds of those who answered a Minnesota House of Representatives poll at the State Fair do not want public tax dollars used for a new Vikings stadium. Fifty-percent said a combination of spending reductions and revenue increases is the best way to resolve the state's projected five-billion-dollar budget shortfall. More than 52-percent think gambling expansion is a way to generate additional revenue while 38-percent oppose the idea. Just over 85-percent say a background check is needed before someone can purchase a firearm at a gun show, while 69-percent believe voters should be required to show photo ID to receive a ballot at the polls.
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