More than half of poll respondents advocate paying teachers more to address education issues.
The corrected results do not change the poll's positioning of the four lead candidates in the race.
Most respondents to the West Virginia Poll were well aware of the incidents.
Congress: 61 percent not confident; 22 percent confident.
That's a higher number than the 30 percent who said West Virginia's economy was getting worse when the question was asked in 2019.
Candidates for governor pitch their conservative cred.
Those snapshots are according to the most recent MetroNews West Virginia Poll results released this morning at the annual business summit hosted by the West Virginia Chamber of Commerce.
Congressman Alex Mooney has a 15-point lead over fellow Republican incumbent David McKinley among likely voters in West Virginia’s newly-formed 2nd Congressional District, according to the latest edition of the MetroNews West Virginia Poll. Mooney has ridden the strength of an endorsement by Donald Trump, plus the growing population of his base in the Eastern
Most respondents say Doc Holliday should be inducted into Marshall's sports hall of fame.
Sixty-five percent of respondents said athletes should only be allowed to play on sports teams that match their sex at birth.
Half say they have not had a family member move out of state in past decade.
The poll also showed that most West Virginians do not hold Trump responsible for the mob at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6.
Realignment has rocked college athletics, but West Virginians seem fairly chill. The latest version of the MetroNews West Virginia Poll shows that 39 percent of respondents say the additions of Texas and Oklahoma to the Southeastern Conference is good for college sports. Thirty-five percent say it is not good. Twenty-seven percent said they are not
Respondents say state is on the right track but nation is going wrong way.
Seventy percent of respondents say they are vaccinated.
On returning to classrooms, 36 percent said that's a good idea and 46 percent said it's a bad idea.
Poll respondents also weigh in on economic outlook, social injustice.
Trump's polling lead, while large, has narrowed from his West Virginia victory over Hillary Clinton.
Likely voters generally approve of incumbent officeholders, plus teachers unions.
Incumbent governor leads challenger by a 53 to 34 percent margin.