OREGON—With the fifth-highest gas prices in the nation and the least popular governor in the country, Oregonians are generally dissatisfied as they head to the polls.
According to a February poll conducted by DHM Research, only 18 percent of Oregonians think the state is headed in the right direction.
On the issues, Oregon voters are concerned about homelessness (82 percent), violent crime (68 percent), political leadership, forest fires, cost of living (each at 61 percent), illegal immigration (45 percent), voter fraud (41 percent), climate change (39 percent), income inequality (30 percent) and racial inequality (27 percent).
Many rural Oregonians are so disillusioned with the state’s progressive politics that they want to “secede.”


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