LANSING (WKZO) -- A new poll from Marketing Resource Group shows most Michigan residents want state lawmakers to put the budget surplus toward fixing the roads. Sixty-five-percent said the billion-dollar surplus needs to go to the streets instead of tax cuts to return the surplus back to taxpayers. The strongest support for spending the windfall on roads is among Democrats at nearly 71-percent, while just under 61-percent of Republicans and 63-percent of Independents agree.
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