Insider Poll Results from questions asked in Friday ‘Sip newsletter March 10th-24th
Every week in our Friday ‘Sip newsletter we ask questions of subscribers. The questions are not meant to take the place of formal polling. The questions do, however, provide insight into how our subscriber base of over 50,000 Mississippians think on pressing issues. In keeping with the tone of the Friday ‘Sip, which is intended to be an entertaining rundown of the week’s events, the responses are often framed lightheartedly. Below are the results from questions asked between March 10th and March 24th.
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