Poll finds uncertainty with state’s economic future among high earners

(WTNH) — Connecticut’s uncertain economic future is not sitting well with the state’s highest earners.

According to a new poll from Sacred Heart University, the majority think we should have highway tolls and legalize marijuana to generate revenue.

Nearly one in three residents believe the overall quality of life in Connecticut is declining.

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About 75 percent feel the state should offer more tax credits and rebates to retain and attract businesses.

84 percent believe towns should merge and consolidate services to cut costs.

Sacred Heart interviewed 1,000 people for the survey.

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