From Civil Beat
Amending the Constitution is no easy task. But a new Civil Beat poll found that Hawaii voters are on track to do just that when it comes to the state board of education.
An amendment that would replace the elected board with one appointed by the governor has the support of 54.2 percent of likely voters, according to the automated telephone poll. The survey of 1,151 likely voters was conducted Oct. 11 by Aloha Vote, a Hawaii subsidiary of Merriman River Group (MRG), a Connecticut research organization. The margin of error is +/- 2.9 percent.
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