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Survey suggests Kansans okay with restrictions on welfare benefits

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A new survey out suggests Kansas’ controversial welfare limits signed into law last week aren’t that controversial with Kansans.

The survey conducted over the last two days found that 64 percent of Kansans support the law, which limits ATM withdrawals, and prohibits welfare from beings spent on gambling, strip clubs, and movies, among other things.

Sixty-six percent of the more than 1,000 Kansas voters surveyed either strongly or somewhat agree that forcing recipients off welfare more quickly encourages “self-reliance”.

The Remington Research poll has a margin of error of plus or minus three percent.

READ: RRG Public Survey KS Welfare 422

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