The Gaspee Project 2019 Survey

The Gaspee Project is conducting research on the different issues that our supporters care about the most.

We'd love to hear from you about the policy questions that are the most important to you and your family.

This will help us make improvements to the way we fight the status quo on your behalf. The survey should take less than 5 minutes, and your responses are only posted if you so choose.

We appreciate your input!

Considering the failing condition of the union-run school system, should parents have greater educational freedom for their children?


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  • Mike Stenhouse
    Q: Considering the failing condition of the union-run school system, should parents have greater educational freedom for their children?
    A: I support school choice.
  • Justin Katz
    Q: The Ocean State ranks 47th on the Jobs & Opportunity Index created by the Rhode Island Center for Freedom & Prosperity. What specific reforms would you like to see for our state?
    A: Reduced taxation and regulation.
  • Justin Katz
    Q: Do you support or oppose greater restrictions on the Second Amendment and the rights of individuals to self-defense ?
    A: Oppose
  • Justin Katz
    Q: Do you consider yourself Pro-Life or Pro-Choice?
    A: I am pro-life.
  • Justin Katz
    Q: The insider system has increased special privileges for Government Unions during the 2019 General Assembly session. Will this make you more likely or less likely to support outsider candidates in the 2020 election?
    A: I will vote for candidates that oppose the status quo.
  • Justin Katz
    Q: Do you believe that there should be restrictions on abortion in Rhode Island?
    A: I support restrictions on abortion.
  • Justin Katz
    Q: Which tax reform is the most important to you?
    A: I want a lower sales tax.
  • Justin Katz
    Q: Do you support the Second Amendment?
    A: Yes
  • Justin Katz
    Q: Considering the failing condition of the union-run school system, should parents have greater educational freedom for their children?
    A: I support school choice.