Hoosiers Demand Action from Legislature

A recent survey conducted by the Greenfield Daily Reporter reveals what Hoosiers want from the legislature. Here is a breakdown of the data by issue.


Hoosiers want a more equitable system of taxation. Most respondents were against increases in taxes, instead advocating for better stewardship of existing resources.


Hoosiers are willing to pay more taxes to improve their children’s education. They want better facilities and increased funding for public school systems.

Health Care

Hoosiers strongly support finding a way to make health care more accessible and affordable. In particular, they support expanding Medicaid eligibility and protecting coverage for vulnerable populations.


Hoosiers support comprehensive immigration reform, including a pathway to citizenship for undocumented immigrants who have established themselves in the state. Many respondents also advocate for greater protections for immigrant workers.


Hoosiers want their legislature to prioritize infrastructure spending and dedicate additional funds to maintain and improve roads and bridges.


Hoosiers are in favor of measures that will reduce their carbon footprint and fight climate change. They want their state to embrace renewable energy sources, invest in research and development, and increase investment in green technologies.

Gun Safety

Hoosiers support common sense gun legislation and want state legislators to take steps to reduce gun violence. They particularly want stronger background checks and to close the gun show loophole.

Overall, the survey revealed that, while Hoosiers want action from their legislators on a variety of issues, they are in favor of responsible fiscal and resource management. They believe the legislature can find solutions that promote the state’s economic prosperity without sacrificing the safety and quality of life for its citizens.

To conclude, the survey shows that Hoosiers are clear on what they want from the legislature: action on a wide range of issues, from taxes and public education to immigration and environmental policy. They are calling for solutions that will ensure the state’s continued progress, sustain its economic health, and promote the well-being of all its citizens.