Voters say Illinois politics are still corrupt

Voters say Illinois politics are still corrupt
Voters say Illinois politics are still corrupt

Voters say Illinois politics are still corrupt

Voter turnout for Illinois’ November election could be low if a recent poll about politics and corruption is any indication. The recent poll by Southern Illinois University’s Paul Simon Public Policy Center shows that 89 percent of voters feel that political corruption is “somewhat common” in Illinois. The Center’s Director David Yepsen joins us to talk about what that means for voter participation. Photo: Flickr/MT_Image