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Poll: Michiganders Feel Better About State Than Nation

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LANSING, Mich. (WLNS) - According to a new statewide poll done by Epic MRA, people in Michigan feel better about the state of the state than the nation.

600 people were asked how they felt about things in the nation. 58 percent said things had gone off on the wrong track, while only 31 percent thought they were headed in the right direction.

61 percent responded that President Barack Obama's job has had a "total negative" rating, with 37 percent saying "total positive."

Comparatively, 49 percent said things were headed in the right direction in Michigan, with 37 percent said headed on the wrong track.

53 percent of responders said Governor Rick Snyder has done a "total negative" in his job, with 46 percent said "total positive."

From those who responded to the poll, 41 percent identified as total democrat and 37 percent said total republican.

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