Will neighboring Ohio follow in the footsteps of Indiana and make "right-to-work" a Midwestern trend? A new poll shows that a majority of Ohio voters support the idea.
The poll released by Quinnipiac University shows that Ohio voters are open to the idea of 'right-to-work.'
Fifty-four percent of Ohio voters polled support adopting a "right-to-work" law. Forty percent opposed it.
The legislation would ban workers from being required to join a union or pay dues.
The polls results come on the heels of Indiana's historic 'right-to-law' passage two weeks ago.
Following months of protests and legislative walkouts, Indiana became the twenty third 'right-to-work' states; the first in the Midwest.
Three months ago, Ohio voters rejected a referendum that would have limited collective bargaining rights for public workers.
Quinnipiac poll shows that 77-percent of Republicans polled support "right-to-work," while 61 percent of Democrats polled opposed it.
Quinnipiac polled nearly 1500 registered Ohio voters over the past week.