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Pennsylvanians Want Full Liquor Privatization; Survey Shows Strong Bipartisan Support, Including Among Union Households
Date:10/1/2013

Harrisburg, PA (PRWEB) October 01, 2013

Pennsylvanians continue to express wide support for allowing private stores to sell wine and liquor in Pennsylvania.

A new survey—the most comprehensive examination of Pennsylvanians’ attitudes towards liquor privatization to date —shows that two-thirds of likely voters want to privatize Pennsylvania’s government-run wine and spirits system. Strong, bipartisan support for the measure was revealed, even among union households. Voters viewed the primary benefits of privatization as:

  • lower prices,
  • more jobs for Pennsylvanians,
  • an end to border bleed,
  • the elimination of the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board’s (PLCB) conflict of interest in being both a purveyor and regulator of alcohol.

The survey of more than 1,100 Pennsylvania residents and likely voters—co-sponsored by the Commonwealth Foundation, Pennsylvania’s free-market think tank, and Keystone Politics, Pennsylvania’s source for liberal political news and commentary—found 70 percent of Republicans and Independents, nearly 60 percent of liberals and 55 percent of union households favored abolishing the state-run liquor monopoly. Moreover, more than half of Pennsylvanians said they are more likely to vote for state legislators who favor privatization.

“It’s clear that Pennsylvania voters agree that the PLCB should not be selling wine and spirits, but should be freed up to focus on its true role as a regulatory agency,” said Jon Geeting of Keystone Politics.

Matthew J. Brouillette of the Commonwealth Foundation added, “Consumers recognize that both they and the State lose if the government determines what liquor products are sold, sets the prices, and drives shoppers to private stores in bordering states.”

A strong majority of consumers (66 percent) support full privatization—removing government from the sale o
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