Poll: 41 Percent of Michigan Adults Think Right-to-Work Law Will Hurt Michigan's Economy

Rest of those polled think the law will help Michigan's economy or have no impact


According to a new poll, 59 percent of Michigan adults believe the new right-to-work law will either help Michigan's economy or have no impact on it.

But the survey wasn't interpreted like that when the press release for Michigan State University's State of the State Survey (SOSS) was released Thursday, the same day that state's right-to-work law officially took effect. Instead, the theme was that the right-to-work law "sharply divided" the state.