The Dick Morris Poll, to be published at least once a month, will use the traditional polling method of telephone calls to registered voters. On occasion, internet polls will be done of a carefully drawn random sample of likely voters in order to avoid the bias of relying only on those participants with a political predisposition. The initial poll is the first published poll of voters conducted within the state of Wisconsin and was completed on Monday, February 21, 2011 and Tuesday, February 22, 2011. WISCONSIN POLL RESULTS By 74-18, they back making state employees pay more for their health insurance. By 79-16, they support asking state workers contribute more toward their pensions. By 54-34, Wisconsin voters support ending the automatic deduction of union dues from state paychecks and support making unions collect dues from each member. By 66-30, they back limiting state workers' pay increases to the rate of inflation unless voters approve a higher raise by a public referendum. THE DICK MORRIS POLL ON WISCONSIN at DickMorris.com I sympathize with the public sector workers when it involves collective bargaining...there is no reason to remove same, as it remains for elected public officials to agree or decline in negotiations...they have the final say, as these folks cannot strike. But no one seems to notice a more important death potion for unions...item #3 above... if this goes through, it will end public sector unions! Why? Human nature...I predict that workers will not voluntarily send in the the hundreds or thousands of dollars in union dues. So, wadda ya think?