Survey: Two-thirds of voters find R.I. moving at ‘right pace’

A new survey by the Hassenfeld Intitute for Public Leadership finds almost two-thirds of registered voters agree with the pace of economic reopening in Rhode Island. COURTESY HASSENFELD INSTITUTE ON PUBLIC LEADERSHIP.
SMITHFIELD — Almost two-thirds of Rhode Islanders believe Gov. Gina M. Raimondo is reopening the state’s economy at the right pace, according to a new survey from the Hassenfeld Institute for Public Leadership at Bryant University. The survey, conducted by Fleming & Associates of Cumberland, also found about two-thirds of state voters were very or…

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