Latest local surveys

With water in basin at an all-time low, what should be the top priority for this scarce resource?

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What are you most excited about, once the pandemic ends?

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Should businesses be able to require their employees be vaccinated?

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Do you think high school sports should restart this school year?

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Who is your pick to win the Super Bowl?

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Who should have priority for a COVID-19 vaccine?

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Will you get a COVID-19 vaccine as soon as it becomes available?

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Do you support 'Red Flag' laws?

Red Flag laws allow family members or law enforcement to petition a judge to temporarily remove guns from a person who is seen to be a risk to themselves or others,

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Gun controls back in the headlines:What should be done?

It's a thorny issue, especially in the West where hunting can clash with regulations. What are your thoughts? Email us at gobrien@heraldandnews.com

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Did the public grilling of Robert Mueller change your mind on the outcome?

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Should Trump apologize for his Tweet?

Last weekend President Trump Tweeted out that four progressive Democratic Congresswomen of various ethnic backgrounds should "go back" to the countries they came from. Should he apologize for such a comment, or is it Trump just being Trump, and not to be taken seriously? Send emails to gobrien@heraldandnews.com

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Should a $2 per pack increase in tobacco taxes be put to a public vote?

House Bill 2270 passed out of the House Committee on Revenue last week to raise cigarette taxes by $2 per pack. It now goes to the Joint Committee on Tax Expenditures before getting a floor vote. Republicans are largely opposed to the idea, and the tobacco lobby has worked hard against it. If it goes to the ballot, voters can approve it with a simple majority.

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What are your summer vacation plans?

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Do you agree with the State Republicans Sentors walking out on the session?

Republicans were a no-show for a multibillion education tax vote, shutting down the Oregon Senate Thursday for a third consecutive day. The Senate has tried to vote on a proposed tax on businesses six times in the past three days. Each time, Republicans denied the chamber enough members to go through with a formal vote.

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Should the City and County school teachers walk out May 8?

Teachers across the state are planning a May 8 walkout to bring attention to much-needed funding for schools.

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