As first reported by FloridaPolitics.com, a new survey from St. Pete Polls finds Floridians support the Legislature’s proposals to ban sanctuary cities and wants the body to keep the current 60 percent threshold for amendments to the Florida Constitution.
The poll of 2,227 registered voters found that 31 percent said they thought the Legislature was doing its job, while 47 percent thought it was not.
On the controversial subject of sanctuary cities, the poll found 52 percent of Floridians believe the Legislature should pass a law banning sanctuary city policies, and only 32 percent opposed.
The Florida legislature is considering making it harder to change the state’s constitution, however the poll found 54 percent of voters want to keep the current 60 percent approval threshold for new state Constitutional Amendments
St. Pete Polls reports a margin of error of 2.1 percent.