A new statewide poll suggests that political change could be in the air in Kansas.
The poll by John Zogby Strategies shows 71 percent of voters surveyed gave low ratings on how the state is performing its duties.
The survey included 433 registered voters in Kansas from June 4-6, 2016 and has a margin of error of +/- 4.7 percent. Political analyst John Zogby released the findings during a Kansas Health Foundation symposium in Wichita on Friday.
Zogby says the research suggests that Kansans might feel betrayed, especially when it comes to state policy issues.