SHU Poll: More than half of Connecticut residents oppose tolls

FAIRFIELD, Conn. (WTNH) - A new poll shed some light on how Connecticut residents feel about the idea of electronic highway tolls.

According to Sacred Heart University, 59 percent of residents surveyed oppose tolls.

Meanwhile, 34.7 percent of residents support the implementation of tolls.

Capitol Report: Lamont standing firm on plan for tolls

More than half of the people surveyed said they would change their daily driving habits to avoid tolls.

The poll surveyed 1,004 state residents.

For more on the poll and to view the full results, click here.

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