Post COVID Survey

How should Vermont recover from the COVID-19 pandemic?

What should VT state government’s priority be after the COVID-19 lockdown is eased?



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  • Dana Colson
    answered 2021-02-02 12:12:49 -0500
    Q: What gender do you identify as?
    A: Male
  • Dana Colson
    answered 2021-02-02 12:12:39 -0500
    Q: What range most closely matches your current age?
    A: 46-60
  • Dana Colson
    answered 2021-02-02 12:12:25 -0500
    Q: With gas prices below $2 a gallon, is now a good time for the legislature to pass a significant carbon tax on fossil fuels.
    A: No
  • Dana Colson
    answered 2021-02-02 12:12:13 -0500
    Q: In order to make up for lost tax revenue Vermont legislators are considering a number of potential tax increases. Would you be willing to pay more of the following taxes?
    A: None of the above
  • Dana Colson
    answered 2021-02-02 12:11:03 -0500
    Q: How should federal COVID-19 relief funds be used?
    A: To help workers, families, and businesses who have lost income due to the shutdown.
  • Dana Colson
    answered 2021-02-02 12:10:39 -0500
    Q: Given that the next legislature will likely need to cut some programs moving forward, where do you think those cuts should start?
    A: Human Services
  • Dana Colson
    answered 2021-02-02 12:09:59 -0500
    Q: To meet the 2021 Pre-K-12 public education budget, the legislature estimates as much as a 25% property tax increase would be needed. How should the legislature deal with the shortfall?
    A: Cut budgets with no tax increase.
  • Dana Colson
    answered 2021-02-02 12:09:26 -0500
    Q: How should state government deal with the estimated $430 million revenue downturn for 2021?
    A: Emphasize cutting and reprioritizing spending.
  • Dana Colson
    answered 2021-02-02 12:09:07 -0500
    Q: Which political party do you trust more to get Vermont’s economy moving again?
    A: Republican
  • Dana Colson
    answered 2021-02-02 12:08:49 -0500
    Q: What should VT state government’s priority be after the COVID-19 lockdown is eased?
    A: Getting the economy moving again.
  • Tom Rood
    answered 2021-01-31 16:27:39 -0500
    Q: What gender do you identify as?
    A: Male
  • Tom Rood
    answered 2021-01-31 16:27:29 -0500
    Q: What range most closely matches your current age?
    A: 61-75
  • Tom Rood
    answered 2021-01-31 16:27:17 -0500
    Q: With gas prices below $2 a gallon, is now a good time for the legislature to pass a significant carbon tax on fossil fuels.
    A: No
  • Tom Rood
    answered 2021-01-31 16:27:00 -0500
    Q: In order to make up for lost tax revenue Vermont legislators are considering a number of potential tax increases. Would you be willing to pay more of the following taxes?
    A: None of the above
  • Tom Rood
    answered 2021-01-31 16:26:29 -0500
    Q: How should federal COVID-19 relief funds be used?
    A: To help workers, families, and businesses who have lost income due to the shutdown.
  • Anonymous answered 2021-01-10 08:10:28 -0500
    Q: Given that the next legislature will likely need to cut some programs moving forward, where do you think those cuts should start?
    A: Subsidies for electric vehicle purchases and green energy projects
  • Tom Rood
    answered 2021-01-10 07:40:58 -0500
    Q: Given that the next legislature will likely need to cut some programs moving forward, where do you think those cuts should start?
    A: Subsidies for electric vehicle purchases and green energy projects
  • Tom Rood
    answered 2021-01-10 07:40:30 -0500
    Q: Given that the next legislature will likely need to cut some programs moving forward, where do you think those cuts should start?
    A: Subsidies for electric vehicle purchases and green energy projects
  • Tom Rood
    answered 2021-01-10 07:40:30 -0500
    Q: Given that the next legislature will likely need to cut some programs moving forward, where do you think those cuts should start?
    A: Subsidies for electric vehicle purchases and green energy projects
  • Tom Rood
    answered 2021-01-10 07:39:49 -0500
    Q: To meet the 2021 Pre-K-12 public education budget, the legislature estimates as much as a 25% property tax increase would be needed. How should the legislature deal with the shortfall?
    A: Cut budgets with no tax increase.
  • Tom Rood
    answered 2021-01-10 07:39:04 -0500
    Q: How should state government deal with the estimated $430 million revenue downturn for 2021?
    A: Emphasize cutting and reprioritizing spending.
  • Tom Rood
    answered 2021-01-10 07:38:29 -0500
    Q: Which political party do you trust more to get Vermont’s economy moving again?
    A: Libertarian
  • Tom Rood
    answered 2021-01-10 07:38:01 -0500
    Q: What should VT state government’s priority be after the COVID-19 lockdown is eased?
    A: Getting the economy moving again.
  • Benjamin Kerstetter
    answered 2020-10-31 17:43:21 -0400
    Q: What gender do you identify as?
    A: Male
  • Benjamin Kerstetter
    answered 2020-10-31 17:43:14 -0400
    Q: What range most closely matches your current age?
    A: 18-30
  • Benjamin Kerstetter
    answered 2020-10-31 17:43:05 -0400
    Q: With gas prices below $2 a gallon, is now a good time for the legislature to pass a significant carbon tax on fossil fuels.
    A: No
  • Benjamin Kerstetter
    answered 2020-10-31 17:42:51 -0400
    Q: In order to make up for lost tax revenue Vermont legislators are considering a number of potential tax increases. Would you be willing to pay more of the following taxes?
    A: None of the above
  • Benjamin Kerstetter
    answered 2020-10-31 17:41:53 -0400
    Q: How should federal COVID-19 relief funds be used?
    A: Other
  • Benjamin Kerstetter
    answered 2020-10-31 17:40:54 -0400
    Q: Given that the next legislature will likely need to cut some programs moving forward, where do you think those cuts should start?
    A: Subsidies for electric vehicle purchases and green energy projects
  • Benjamin Kerstetter
    answered 2020-10-31 17:40:28 -0400
    Q: To meet the 2021 Pre-K-12 public education budget, the legislature estimates as much as a 25% property tax increase would be needed. How should the legislature deal with the shortfall?
    A: Cut budgets with no tax increase.