A joint study conducted by Public Opinion Strategies and David Binder Research found that 81% of Pennsylvania voters support a measure to allow ready-to-drink cocktails to be sold in stores alongside beer, wine, and seltzers. The legislation, Senate Bill 688, had wide support across geographic, political, and demographic lines. Partner Micah Roberts was quoted as saying, “This research finds that Pennsylvanians are ready to move past an antiquated liquor sales system that was developed nearly 100 years ago.” The statewide mixed-mode study was conducted from April 17-20, 2023. The survey was conducted among N=600 registered voters.
Read more about the survey here.