PALMER, MA - In a new survey by the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth Center
for Policy Analysis, Palmer residents favor a resort-style casino by a 2-to-1
The survey questioned 483 registered voters and found 60 percent would vote yes
in a casino referendum while 30 would vote no. Ten percent were undecided.
These results are similar to two previous polls taken this year. In February a
poll by UMass and the State House News Service showed 57 percent of all state
residents support resort casinos. In March a Suffolk University poll found 61
percent statewide favored licensing of resort casinos.
The latest survey shows strong support if the governor and the legislature
decide to license up to three resort casinos across the state.
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