Most Minnesota voters think that the state is on the ‘wrong track’

In our exclusive Thinking Minnesota opinion poll, conducted from Sunday through Tuesday, ending the day after the 2023 legislative session gaveled out, found that 51 percent of voters believe the state is on the wrong track, with only 43 percent answering “right direction.”

It’s the fourth time our pollster has asked the question since Gov. Tim Walz took office, and the first time a majority answered “wrong track.”

More significantly, we asked voters about their opinion on the just-adjourned, MN state legislature. Here’s how the question was worded:

Of the voters polled, only 37 percent answered “excellent” or “good.” 58 percent answered “only fair” or “poor.”

The reviews are in and they are not good for MN Democrats.